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by Meinkapselhalter » Sat Nov 05, 2016 8:18 am


Thx for your honest answer.

I orderd Pictures from a pro, what would be the next nib Point to Change in your opinion ?

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by hyperstarter » Sat Nov 05, 2016 4:04 pm

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Meinkapselhalter wrote:Hi,

Thx for your honest answer.

I orderd Pictures from a pro, what would be the next nib Point to Change in your opinion ?

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by ktummonds » Tue Nov 08, 2016 11:36 pm

I believe there are many marketing services, paid and unpaid, which you can benefit from. Here is a link to a list of a whole bunch of crowdfunding sites, from marketing websites, to crowdfunding platform websites: ... =platforms

Also, you are probably using kickstarter if you are on this forum, but you can always create another campaign on different platforms, like Thrinacia Atlas. With Thrinacia Atlas, you have the option of creating a campaign on an existing web portal for free, or create your own web site. The options are limitless, here is a link to the Thrinacia Atlas website:

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by orfeo » Wed Nov 09, 2016 6:48 am

it is always problematic how we promote our creative item to backers.
I once tried a campaign without using a marketing service and it didn't end up well(although it wasn't soley marketing problem). Therefore, I have been looking for a marketing services.
I have found some boosters like KickstarterPR, KickstarterCrux, etc. But I found that facebook is the most cost efficient one. You need to set the narrow target to focus on one group.
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by Maestro » Sat Nov 11, 2017 12:36 am

hyperstarter wrote:Hi, I personally wouldn't spend so much money on PR / Marketing services when I think the main issue is to fix your page.

If you run your page (remove the draft token btw), you get 40/100 - the major issues are your images and social media not linking up.

My quick advice is that you're marketing a video game, but where's all the screen shots? Where's the hours of beta testing etc.,?

$20 for a game is pretty expensive and I'm wondering who your target audience is: gamers, kids and people who are studying to be lawyers? That's quite a specific niche that's you're focusing on :)

Best of luck.

$20 for a game is not expensive. At least not in a 1st or 2nd world country...
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