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Web Technology – What’s Right For Me?

Posted on Sep 8, 2015 in Mobile

This is our one-stop guide to navigate you through your options for going mobile. Learn the difference between mobile apps, mobile sites, and responsive websites and what each does (or doesn’t do) for your casino’s marketing. At the conclusion of this article, we hope you have a better understanding of which option best suits the needs of your casino.

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MRI Mobile App

Posted on Sep 2, 2015 in Mobile

Contact us for more information on how Marketing Results can help accelerate your mobile growth.

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Unfaithful Husbands, Internet Hackers, and Your Casino’s Rewards Program

Posted on Sep 1, 2015 in Casino Marketing

A recent article in Gizmodo offers an interesting take on the recent Ashley Madison security breach. For those of you whose newsfeeds didn’t flag this gem, Ashley Madison’s business model is best summed up by their tagline “Life is short. Have an affair.” They promise to discreetly connect married people who’re searching for anonymous extramarital extracurriculars. Their site was recently hacked, and its entire user database was posted for the world to see.

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Panel to Discuss Benefits of Social Gaming for Casinos

Posted on Jul 8, 2015 in Gaming Conferences

Social Gaming: What Marketers Need to Know will be held Thursday, July 16 from 2:45pm to 3:30pm. Craig Border, Vice President of Database Marketing will moderate the social gaming panel. Joining Craig on the panel are Pierre Cadena, Vice President, Corporate Development, Caesars Interactive Entertainment and Rick Campbell, Managing Director at CMS Group. 

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Marketing Results Selected as a Winner in the 36th Annual Telly Awards

Posted on Jun 15, 2015 in Animation

When you do what you love, good things happen. Our 2014 holiday greeting video, entitled "A Holiday Goal," has once again earned MRI a prestigious Telly Award in the 3D Graphics/Animation category.

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