NetworkNewsBreaks – DeepMarkit Corp. (TSX-V: MKT) (OTCQB: MKTDF) Proprietary Promotions Platform Converts Players into Leads

DeepMarkit (TSX-V: MKT) (OTCQB: MKTDF) helps businesses convert players into leads and leads into customers using its proprietary promotions platform. A recent article discussing the company reads, “DeepMarkit’s conversion tools include social campaigns. The design of its high-end conversion tool aims to provide interactive experiences and reward participants via prizes. With this tool, businesses can convert unknown social media followers into known email subscribers, sending external traffic to a business’s website. … The company’s conversion tools also include its Gamify Slide Out. DeepMarkit offers monthly subscription plans, distributed by way of ecommerce platforms. The Basic Conversion Tool is designed to be functional in less than 10 minutes – fully integrated into a customer’s website. Gamify Slide Out converts website traffic into email subscribers.”

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About DeepMarkit

DeepMarkit is a gamification technology company inventing new ways to engage consumers and other audiences. The company’s proprietary promotions platform enables businesses and agencies to create branded games that incentivize customers, thus driving sales, capturing data and generating leads. DeepMarkit offers marketers both free and paid solutions which are suitable for campaigns of all sizes, targeting multiple channels on the web, mobile and social media. DeepMarkit’s shares are listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, symbol MKT and on the OTCQB, symbol MKTDF. To try out our games and see the power of the platform, please visit www.DeepMarkit.com.

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