May 30, 2023

Using Miniatures In Marketing With Marco Pecota

Episode: 128

Marco Pecota of Raybox Game joins the Crowdfunding Nerds to discuss his use of miniatures in crowdfunding marketing.

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Marco Pecota of Raybox Game joins the Crowdfunding Nerds to discuss his use of miniatures in crowdfunding marketing.

00:02:13 – Marco Pecota Introduction
00:05:12 – The Rise Of Solo Board Games
00:11:24 – How To Leverage Miniatures In Marketing
00:19:37 – Using Story & Narrative In Marketing
00:22:04 – Recommended Miniature Painters
00:24:32 – Leveraging Professionally Painted Miniatures
00:30:37 – Staging Your Price Points Around Miniatures
00:39:59 – Stretch Goals & Miniatures
00:48:52 – Develop Stand Alone Expansions 00:50:20 – Summary

Escape From Stalingrad Z – https://www.rayboxgames.com/copy-of-ks-landing-page

Escape From Projekt Riese – https://www.rayboxgames.com/efpr-landing-page

Tabletop Analytics – https://www.tabletopanalytics.com/

Den Of Imagination – https://denofimagination.com/

Chest Of Colors – https://chestofcolors.com/

Jason Gibeault – https://www.twitch.tv/splinteredbrushstudio/about

Surveying Your Community – Why & How You Should Do It – https://crowdfundingnerds.com/episode99/

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