I’ve spent a few days thinking about how I can increase my reach and get my “unknown” name out there… and I’ve made a sort of tentative battle plan. I spoke to as many PR people as I could in order to work out a strategy for getting more followers.
There is one KEY element I need to focus on: potential backers. At this point, that’s about the summary of it.
So I have decided to join as many groups as I can in order to meet as many people as I can in the view to getting as much feedback as I can. That way I can keep on circulating my “brand” (as paltry as it is right now) until it starts to stick with people.
I’ve no idea if this will work, but it seems like a solid strategy (or it’s at least a strategy). If I can post a link to my FB page at every subtle opportunity (not spamming in any way as people hate that) I can slowly building up a crowd over the coming months.
If people see I have interesting and fun games on the way that look gorgeous, then maybe, they’ll not consider my company as a contender and not merely another flash in the pan.
I know people won’t particularly be interested in my products until they’ve got one in their hands… so I need to keep building slowly until I get to a point where I can rely on their support to back my games. It’s all that chicken and egg situation I keep talking about.
So if you’re wondering where to start as a new publisher: approach all the Facebook forums that are relevant to your industry. Join all the Kickstarter pages and just start talking.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download
That’s it. There’s no magic to it. Just be yourself (unless you’re horrible… in which case, be someone else) and get chatting. Don’t be too forward, discuss other people’s products and listen to what everyone else is doing.
Get involved on chat sites – they’re great for meeting people.
It’s exactly like being at a party. Be yourself, be the very LIFE of the party, but don’t get too heavy and never overstay your welcome.
This is my strategy and I’m going to stick to it.
Let’s see how it works out for me.