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Measuring the Intangible Success of Lottery Promotions

Worker reviewing sales metrics
Posted 08/30/2018 by Tom Weber

Lotteries should include promotions in their strategic marketing plans because they provide long-term benefits above and beyond a strictly short-term financial return on investment.

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Engaging Your Lottery’s Sales Force

Lottery Sales Force Training
Posted 07/12/2018 by Danielle Davis, Sales Enablement Program Manager

A great deal of research, analysis, and planning goes into optimizing and launching a lottery’s product portfolio plan, for both draw games and instants. Hours of effort are spent ensuring the advertising and retail marketing campaigns for launches are just right. However, money may still get left on the table if the sales force isn’t provided with the information, tools, and training they need to build awareness and excitement with retailers and players. Here are some tips and tricks to get your sales force ready to support your big growth plans.

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Maximizing Sales with New Instant Game Launches

Steve Desautels
Posted 05/17/2018 by Steve Desautels

For lotteries and their retailers, new game launches can be a successful path to maximizing sales. Leveraging their resources and experience, IGT’s Retail Sales and Execution Team (RSET) has developed a number of strategies that, when embraced by lotteries and their chain retail store partners, can help new instant ticket games quickly become the top selling/earning games.

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Ten Habits of Highly Effective Millennial Marketers

Millennials
Posted 04/19/2018 by Ulli Appelbaum, FTT Brand Consulting

Millennials are probably the most researched generation in marketing history. In fact, a simple Google search for “Marketing to Millennials” yields over 17 million search results, more than twice the results for “Marketing to Baby Boomers” and nearly nine times more than the same search for “marketing to moms.” And yet despite this abundance of information and research data, or more likely because of it, most marketers still struggle to successfully market to Millennials.

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From Brainstorms to Question Bursts: A Better Path to New Ideas

A Better Path to New Ideas
Posted 04/04/2018 by Jessica Powell

Collaboration and ideation will become an important part of team dynamics as lotteries develop new games and marketing techniques to appeal to non-, light, and lapsed players. Traditional brainstorming methods – the kind that focus on solving problems or generating answers – won’t yield the type of innovative results that these changing times demand.

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Thinking Small at the 2018 EL/WLA Marketing Seminar

EL WLA Marketing Seminar 2018
Posted 02/16/2018 by Ailsa McKnight

The Joint European Lotteries/World Lottery Association 2018 Marketing Seminar explored the assertion that “The Biggest Trend in Marketing is Small.” Thinking Small provides better and more measurable experiences for consumers at an individual level. Marketing is becoming more personal every day, and businesses are building marketing campaigns around regional and local data.

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Life Stages in Flux: Reaching Players at Varying Points in their Dynamic Lives

Millennial Woman Lifestage
Posted 11/29/2017 by Ailsa McKnight

As major life events are being delayed, repeated or reordered, life stages are no longer the predictable concept they once were. The notion of a clear, predictable path through traditional life stages is being eroded. This creates new commercial uncertainties as well as opportunities for consumer-facing brands.

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