March 10, 2021

Organic Marketing: How To Market Your Kickstarter With Little To No Money – Part 2

Episode: 13

Join the Crowdfunding Nerds as they continue to dive into organic board game marketing.

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Episode 13
00:01:33 –  Skyrim Board Game
 00:03:33 – We Got A Question About Organic Marketing
 00:05:18 – Sean’s Experience With Reddit
 00:10:04 – How Andrew Got 400 Email Leads In 3 Hours From An Organic Post
 00:13:55 – How Reddit Defines Spam
 00:16:04 – SEO Wizard Rick’s Sage Organic Marketing Advice
 00:20:52 – Choose Your Groups Wisely
 00:24:16 – Organic Post Examples
 00:28:38 – SEO Wizard Rick’s Sage Organic Marketing Advice Part 2
 00:31:20 – Understanding The Buying Process
 00:36:28 – The Best Marketing Advice By Sexy Irish Sean
 00:37:41 – The Best Marketing Advice By Andrew
 00:40:28 – The Best Marketing Advice By SEO Wizard Rick

Show Notes

 Skyrim Board Game On Gamefound – https://gamefound.com/blog/post/big-titles-upcoming-on-gamefound#/

Reddit’s Definition Of Spam – https://www.reddit.com/wiki/faq#wiki_what_constitutes_spam.3F

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