New Positions for Bodog Europe's Online Social Media Strategy

Published Monday, June 13, 2011 -

Bodog is a recognized brand all over the world and Bodog Europe is a section of the group that has been excelling since it became a licensed entity.  Bodog Europe offers a number of sports betting opportunities across all major leagues, tournaments and events around the world.

Bodog Europe's fast-growing multi-player online poker community features Texas Holdem, Omaha, Omaha Hi/Lo, 7-Card Stud, 7-Card Stud Hi/Lo and 5-Card Stud. Bodog Europe also offers a full Vegas type casino with more than 80 web-based and downloadable games.
Bodog Europe holds the exclusive license for the Bodog brand for online gambling in Europe and Canada.
Bodog Europe has announced it has hired two new staff members for two newly created positions. The positions were required for the company to focus on the needs of the customers and the increasing importance of social media presence. 

The new digital experience director, Markus Smet, who will take charge of producing and executing the company’s digital strategy with the intent of improving customer experience and product recognition and functionality  across all channels. Markus comes to the Bodog Europe team after a time with Sky network where he was making the customer experience a better one.

The new Global Social Media Director addition to the Bodog Europe stable of professionals, Philip Macartney has extensive experience with social media and Facebook. Macartney has done work for Bebo, Ireland’s largest social media platform, and as a recent Director of Social Media Strategy at eight:twenty/interactive. He will maintain a strong web presence for Bodog Europe as the new chief in charge of the company’s social media strategy.
Chief Executive Officer of Bodog Europe, Patrik Selin, said, “In this industry change is so fast and an equally quick reaction is vital to stay at the forefront of what the customer wants. We are constantly evolving and creating these two roles gives us more flexibility to move forward.”





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