Advice

Success Stories 6: Magic Worlds

When I list a campaign on the Board Game Badger, I reach out to the publisher to ask them a single question: “What are you doing right in this campaign?” Regardless of whether the publisher meets the funding goal, it is important that we realize real people are working very hard to make games for us. I hope to humanize their campaigns a little in this way. Magic Worlds “We all need a distraction from the real world, something that…

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Success Stories 5: A Solid Foundation

When I list a campaign on the Board Game Badger, I reach out to the publisher to ask them a single question: “What are you doing right in this campaign?” Regardless of whether the publisher meets the funding goal, it is important that we realize real people are working very hard to make games for us. I hope to humanize their campaigns a little in this way. A Solid Foundation “I spent over a year supporting other board games on…

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Success Stories 4: Build Trust

When I list a campaign on the Board Game Badger, I reach out to the publisher to ask them a single question: “What are you doing right in this campaign?” Regardless of whether the publisher meets the funding goal, it is important that we realize real people are working very hard to make games for us. I hope to humanize their campaigns a little in this way. Build Trust “I think that what we are doing right is that we…

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Success Stories 3: Sell Local

When I list a campaign on the Board Game Badger, I reach out to the publisher to ask them a single question: “What are you doing right in this campaign?” Regardless of whether the publisher meets the funding goal, it is important that we realize real people are working very hard to make games for us. I hope to humanize their campaigns a little in this way. Sell Local “The biggest thing that has helped with the campaign’s success so…

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Success Stories 2

When I list a campaign on the Board Game Badger, I reach out to the publisher to ask them a single question: “What are you doing right in this campaign?” Regardless of whether the publisher meets the funding goal, it is important that we realize real people are working very hard to make games for us. I hope to humanize their campaigns a little in this way. Demo the Prototype “We’ve continued to demo our game at local game stores…

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Success Stories 1

When I list a campaign on the Board Game Badger, I reach out to the publisher to ask them a single question: “What are you doing right in this campaign?” Regardless of whether the publisher meets the funding goal, it is important that we realize real people are working very hard to make games for us. I hope to humanize their campaigns a little in this way. Remaining Agile “I think the most important thing we are doing right now…

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Worldwide Advertisements on Facebook now Better than Ever!

Publishing games on Kickstarter and publishing in general already requires that you approach many aspects of game development for an international audience. Foreign language rulebook translation requests have flooded comment sections and BoardGameGeek forums, and Kickstarter shows no signs of slowing their expansions to countries worldwide. Today, you stand the biggest chance at a successful campaign when you market to an international audience. That means expanding your marketing reach to include Europe and abroad. Publishers can now use a new…

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Guerrilla Convention Marketing

The cover art for guerrilla convention marketing is by Jess Dreamer. You can support the artist here. Is a convention booth outside your budget? Did you miss a crucial deadline? Have no fear! You too can enjoy the splendors of tabletop game demonstrations via these tips for guerrilla convention marketing. Please note: This advice is at the discretion of the event organizers. Please be respectful. Low Budget Volunteer for a publisher who purchased a booth. Learn from their demonstration styles…

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