July 17, 2023

YouTube Content Strategy For Crowdfunding Games

Episode: 135

Samuel Steele, of Tabletop Hub joins the Crowdfunding Nerds on a part 2 episode to talk about YouTube content strategy and paid reviews.

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Samuel Steele, of Tabletop Hub joins the Crowdfunding Nerds on a part 2 episode to talk about YouTube content strategy and paid reviews.

00:01:34 – YouTube Trends?
00:05:38 – YouTube Content Creation Cheat Sheet
00:08:44 – Start Small & Always Test
00:13:59 – Understanding Why People Watch YouTube
00:19:26 – Think About Creating Events To Market Your Game
00:22:43 – Is It Ok To Be Paid For A Review?
00:26:44 – Challenges Of Paid Content On YouTube
00:33:15 – The Bias Of Game Coverage
00:37:16 – They Are Only Opinions After All

Part 1 – https://crowdfundingnerds.com/episode134/

Crystallizing Public Opinion, by Edward L. Bernays – https://www.gutenberg.org/files/61364/61364-h/61364-h.htm

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Tabletop Hub YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/@TabletopHub

Crowdfunding Nerds Community – https://www.facebook.com/groups/crowdfundingnerds/

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