When you’re trying to build up a crowd for your game before Kickstarter or to build your resume for selling your game to a publisher, there are a lot of places to put your time and money, but some are better than others.
5. Create a Facebook page or group
4. Build/support your local gaming community
3. Use other’s crowds by getting your game to reviewers and other influencers
2. Send infrequent newsletters
1.Create a landing page and funnel people to it through flyers, ads, social media, and everywhere
In this podcast episode, we cover different methods for setting your Kickstarter funding goal, your stretch goals, how many updates to send during the campaign, and we talk about Richard’s holy grail Star Trek cat game.
Today’s episode covers an important behind-the-scenes part of being a Kickstarter creator. We dig into how CrowdOx works and use it as a vehicle to discuss some topics on how a pledge manager can and should be used on a campaign.