- 10 Geeky Valentine’s Day Cards
- Gameloft Teams Up with SpotX to Serve Video Ads Programatically
- KeySmart 2.0 with Bottle Opener & Nano Clip
Posted: 22 Jan 2016 07:23 AM PST
Valentine’s day is about a lot of things, not all of them good. Often, giving someone a creative Valentine’s card is better than all the money spent on gifts, restaurants and other expensive, empty gestures. And when you get creative, why not go with a more geeky touch?
Bacon Valentine’s Day Greeting Card
I don’t know when Bacon became a slice of meat that represents love and romance, but it’s hard not to fall into the charms of the one who sends you such a card. Available for $9.50 on Amazon.
Star Trek Valentine’s Day Card
Star Trek: The Next Generation probably encompasses everything you need in terms of variety of opinions and personalities of its characters in order for you to come up with the perfect card and message you’re sending to your loved one. Available on Etsy for $6.
Nerdy Valentine’s Day Card
Not my favorite person, just my favorite nerd. While it’s not perfect, I guess the one getting this card will simply have to settle for it.
Doctor Who Valentine’s Day Card
Is the 10th doctor (David Tennant) the best doctor? Seems to be. So if you’re going to send out a Valentine’s with a Doctor Who, it should be the best Doctor Who.
And when Batman sinks his grapple gun hooks into you, you know it’s forever. However, Batman has never settled down, so maybe it’s just until he gets bored.
Valentine’s Day Star Trek Card
The original quote? Live long & prosper. But what’s life without love? This one makes a lot more sense.
Star Wars, Yoda Card
The best thing about this Yoda Valentine’s day card? It doesn’t have any annoying reverse philosophy wording by the little green Jedi. Simply a short but effective play on words.
Zelda Valentine’s Card
Yeah, this is cute. When are we getting Zelda the movie? How much longer must a fan have to wait?!
ZELDA, Geeky Valentine’s Day Card
John Cusack, or his 8-bit version minimized even further inside a Valentine’s card, looks pretty good. Get it on Etsy.
Lego Style Valentine’s Day card
I’m not sure that Jerry Maguire wanted to be on a Valentine’s card when he said those words to Dorothy Boyd. He just wanted her. And it worked. So why not use that line to try and get more people together, or at least recognize their love for each other? Great idea!!! This awesome Lego style Valentine’s card is available for $3.95 on Etsy
Be social! Follow Walyou on Facebook and Twitter, and read more related stories on Valentine’s, like 10 Awesome Geeky Valentine's Day Gifts Ideas or check out A collection of geeky Valentine's day T-shirts.
Posted: 21 Jan 2016 03:28 PM PST
The most downloaded mobile game publisher on iOS and Android in 2015 has joined hands with video inventory management platform SpotX to sell targeted video ads to its audiences from all around the world.
Gameloft Advertising Solutions deep first-party data will be corroborated with SpotX’s ad server to allow advertisers to target campaigns at a granular level. With a month audience of 173 million unique users, an inventory of 10 billion impressions, and a market spread over 100 countries, Gameloft can become a force to be reckoned with in advertising, especially if the ads it serves will be tailored to match each user. Gameloft Advertising Solutions will also get to review the video ads before serving them, in order to make sure that the creative is brand appropriate, since not only adults, but also a lot of children play Asphalt, Order & Chaos, Modern Combat and Dragon Mania Legends. Needless to say, the publisher’s portfolio expands way beyond these titles.
“This partnership will allow us to simplify the purchasing process for our inventory and allow chosen buyers to take advantage of a premium advertising space in over 100 countries where Gameloft distributes its games,” said Gonzague De Vallois, Senior Vice President Publishing at Gameloft.
“Advertising in the gaming space has undergone an enormous transformation,” added Daniel Rowlands, Director of Supply, APAC, at SpotX. “Gaming has become a premium video ad space, thanks to high viewability and engagement rates. Gaming apps are in high demand from advertisers because of strong performance across brand building and cost-per-acquisition campaigns, driving CPMs up. Programmatic technology enables full transparency and control over brand safety, as well as the ability to target Gameloft’s diverse audiences at a granular level.”
In other news, the game publisher has opened a new office in Nigeria, thus reinforcing its business presence in Africa. Gameloft has been present on that continent since 2012, when it opened an office in Johannesburg, and the 536% revenue increase it experienced over the last four years determined it to continue its expansion.
“The opening of a new trade office in Africa will allow us to take advantage of the considerable potential of a market that already includes more than 367 million users,” noted Vincent Brezillon, Gameloft’s Sales Director Africa. “The success that we’ve experienced since the opening of our Johannesburg office, and surging sales in Africa over the last two years, completely justify the opening of a subsidiary in Nigeria, which is Africa’s strongest economy. In addition, this presence will facilitate interactions with our current and future local partners.”
With support from such mobile operators as MTN, Orange, Vodafone, Safaricom, Ooredoo, and Etisalat, it’s no wonder that Gameloft is present in many African countries including South Africa, Nigeria, Egypt, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Morocco, and Algeria. The company will soon increase the number of strategic partners in an attempt to enter more markets including Ethiopia and Tanzania.
Be social! Follow Walyou on Facebook and Twitter, and read more related stories about the introduction of Dungeon Hunter 5 and Dragon Mania Legends to Apple TV, or Gameloft’s compatibility patches for Apple Watch.
Posted: 21 Jan 2016 12:11 PM PST
The problem with carrying several keys inside a pocket is that you get to hear them jingle with every move you make. KeySmart 2.0 not only organizes them in a neat way, but also serves two more functions.
The first version of this minimalist keyring with maximum strength was featured on Kickstarter back in May 2013, and the crowdfunding campaign turned out to be tremendously successful, with backers pledging nearly 55 times the funding goal. Since then, the inventors of this highly-functional keyring have come up with several different versions that serve various purpose. Key organization remains the common denominator of all of these, as otherwise the name of the gadget wouldn’t make much sense.
One of the first things you’ll notice upon holding the KeySmart 2.0 in your hand is that it’s quite sturdy, despite being very light (0.73 oz for the KeySmart 2.0 and an additional 0.21 oz for the bottle opener). Some high quality aircraft aluminum frame accounts for the durable structure, while the hardware is milled from durable stainless steel. The included Nano Clip, which is equally sturdy, helps you secure the KeySmart 2.0 by attaching it to pockets, purses, or even backpacks, without having to worry about all the noise that a typical keychain would make.
Another aspect that sets the KeySmart 2.0 apart from other key organizers is the unique ‘S’ design that enables the gadget to accommodate twice the keys in half the space. Most importantly, this design gives you easy access to all of the keys, thus saving you plenty of seconds that you’d otherwise spend to see which is which. In fact, this key organizer has enough room for up to 8 keys, and the included loop can be used for latching the car fob, too. Moreover, the KeySmart 2.0 isn’t pretentious when it comes to key sizes, as it can be used with most flat keys that measure up to 53mm in length.
The included bottle opener is something that will prove its usefulness sooner or later. If you don’t need it, then other versions of the KeySmart key organizer may be more adequate for you. Still, considering the discount you’re getting in our store, you’re probably better off purchasing this model, as you don’t know when the bottle opener might come in handy.
If keeping things organized is something that brings happiness into your life, you can get the KeySmart 2.0 key organizer with bottle opener and nano clip from Walyou Deals for $21.99, which is 33% off the retail price. Also, if it makes any difference to you, the manufacturer takes pride in manufacturing the KeySmart 2.0 key organizer with bottle opener and Nano Clip in Chicago.
Available in black, blue, and slate, the keyring gets shipped for free all over the continental US. By placing an order now you make sure that it will be delivered between January 30 and February 2. Act now, as the deal will only be around for four more days!
|You are subscribed to email updates from Walyou. |
To stop receiving these emails, you may unsubscribe now.
|Email delivery powered by Google|
|Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States|