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Simona Bostan

Simona Bostan

Simona is coming from a financial background, finishing her BA in Banking and Finance. She started to get into the Igaming World as a Customer Care Agent with Unibet in 2007.

Always seeking to optimize her work she left Unibet and joined Freespin Casino as an Affiliate Executive where she learned all the tricks of the trade.

With her move to B3W in 2010 she used her accumulated knowledge and designed a custom made Affiliate System for B3W.

She has a vast knowledge in SEO and Optimize Affiliate Marketing for Clients, bring new Affiliates to the Client, negotiate deals, motivate an existing portfolio of Affiliates, optimize and develop their performance to maximize player traffic, networking.

Thursday, 03 July 2014 09:15

Affiliate manager Sweden

Position: Affiliate manager Sweden

Department: Affiliate

Reports to: Affiliate Director

An exciting new Swedish Founded company, at just 2 years old is storming the online mobile gaming industry.

They have the largest and most user-friendly mobile casino in Europe. Their casino for smartphones sets a new standard for what customers can and should expect from their phone.

Thursday, 03 July 2014 09:13

Junior Graphic Designer

Position: Junior Graphic Designer

Department: Marketing

Reports to: Chief Commercial Officer

Thursday, 03 July 2014 09:11

Affiliate Team Leader

Position: Affiliate Team Leader

Department: Affiliate

Reports to: Affiliate Director

An exciting new Swedish Founded company, at just 2 years old is storming the online mobile gaming industry.

They have the largest and most user-friendly mobile casino in Europe. Their casino for smartphones sets a new standard for what customers can and should expect from their phone.

Thursday, 03 July 2014 09:08

Finnish CRM Agent

Position: Finnish CRM Agent

Department: Customer Loyalty

Reports to: Head of Customer Loyalty

Monday, 30 June 2014 18:07

Data Scientist


Position: Data Scientist

What are our client is looking for?

Our client is a expanding rapidly and as a result they need to ramp up their ranks. They are relentless in the quest to give their customers a good experience and that includes getting offers, rewards at the correct time together with understanding the community, and what makes them tick. They are now searching for razor-sharp data science talent with goals to do the extraordinary. They are looking for a Data Scientist who is an analytical statistics loving number cruncher who is driven and likes to work with technology, statistics, mathematics and business.

Simple Steps to Tagging Photos on Twitter

Now, this is not the latest innovation by Twitter. In fact, they rolled out this update in March. However unlike on Facebook, not many users have been making use of this social sharing option on Twitter. Like tagging on Facebook improves the visibility of your post on Facebook, it does the same on Twitter. Hence after three months of this feature being made available by Twitter, we are giving a simple guide to tagging people on Twitter. Here goes…
1) Log into Twitter on your mobile app or desktop and click on the quill icon that exists on the top right corner.
2) That click will give you two options – take a picture or select one from your photo library.
3) Once you are okay with the picture, type out the tweet you want to post.
4) You have an option below your picture that says, “Who’s in this photo”. Click on that option.
5) A list of various people will show up under your tweet. The order of this least is directly proportional to the level of your interaction with them.
6) You can also type out the name or handle of the person you want to tag.
7) You can select up to 10 people.
8) If the person you want to tag has disabled the option for users he/she doesn’t follow to allow them to tag in picture, you will see that notification right next to the name of that particular user.
9) When you are done tagging, click on the button that says “Done” on the right corner above.
10) That click will show you the draft of the tweet including the name of the person/s to be tagged below the picture you selected. You can either post the tagged pictures along with the content or without it.

Path Implements “Unbundling” Trend, launches Path Talk App

Path, the photo-focused social networking app is now splitting in two services. The messaging part will be now turned into an app called Path Talk. The rest (sharing status updates, pictures, videos, locations, music and movies) will remain the same and be part of the Path app.

Path has made few changes to its interface and it also does not restrict the users to 150 friends. The company is pursing the trend of “unbundling”, in which the features of an app are divided into separate apps.

Path’s CEO, Dave Morin said:

“There was this global realization last year that breaking up the app into multiple apps is the way to go. Our realization was that Path was a pretty good Swiss Army knife. We never thought we’d be in the messaging business.”

In the Asian market, the messaging feature has been the biggest growth driver for the company. The app has more than 4miilion users on a daily basis. The new Path Talk, app was launched for iOs and Android last week. It provides similar features for messaging as the core app Path.

But within 24 hours, the messages inside Path Talk will vanish from the servers of Path. On allowing the desired permissions to the app, it can share data such as current location, transit status, songs paying on a users phone or even the status of battery.

The company was founded back in 2010. Venture-capital firms like First Round Capital, Index Ventures and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers have jointly pumped in almost $77 million in funds to build the products for the company.

2014 FIFA World Cup: Switzerland v France Preview

Friday, June 20, 2014

Switzerland v France

Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador

Switzerland take on France in their second group game at the Arena Fonte Nova in Salvaddor. The Swiss managed to win their match against Ecuador in almost the last minute of the game. France cruised to a win over Honduras. Both teams will be very confident coming into this match.

GIF’s and Animated Images are Now Supported by Twitter

It has been announced by micro-blogging site that GIF’s and animated images can now be shared on the site though iPhone, Android web interface. A play button will appear on the timeline of users when GIF’s appear, similar to vines and other video content. To upload a GIF, users need to make use of the gallery button that can be seen under the text box. The process is same as that of uploading photos.

The only to share a video of Twitter is via Vine. Hence this makes GIF’s as the first type of video content that normal users can upload. Services such as Twitpic enabled users to share GIF’s. However, the latest feature has eradicated the full functionality of Twitpic on the site.

As of now its does not appear as though the support for GIF extends to Tweetdeck or tablet devices. The popularity of GIF’s on social media is undeniable. Even Pinterest enabled GIF support early this year.

Facebook does not support GIF’s but these files are converted into Flash files. This is a very good moved by Twitter. With Vines doing so well on Twitter, users will enjoy incorporating GIF’s in their tweets and it could prove to be yet another innovative way for brands to share content.


2014 FIFA World Cup: The 10 Best Twitter Accounts You Need to Follow

In our last article we highlighted re-introduction of the national “hashflags” by Twitter. This time we have come up with the top 10 Twitter feeds you need to have on your timeline as soon as you login. Almost all the teams, their managers and players have verified accounts on the micro blogging site.
Most players often tweet fun stuff along with photos and videos. A lot of controversial things have been tweeted by players, which is why the site has become such an important tool for journalists to find stories and fans for entertainment. 
So here at Simka, we have compiled a list of 10 best Twitter feeds you need to have access to during the 2014 FIFA World Cup. We are quite sure you will not only enjoy reading the content but it will also make your world cup viewing experience a lot richer.
Here are our top 10 Twitter feeds for the 2014 FIFA World Cup:
Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker)
Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5)
Vincent Kompany (@VincentKompany)
Sergio Ramos (@SergioRamos)
Sergio Aguero (@aguerosergiokun)
Brazuca (@brazuca)
FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup)
Jack Wilshere  (@JackWilshere)
Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano)
Joey Barton (@Joey7Barton)
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