March 25, 2024

Expansion & Reprint Kickstarter Strategy

Episode: 171

Tune in to episode 171 of the Crowdfunding Nerds podcast, where your favorite hosts, Andrew and Sean, take you behind the scenes of the Deliverance expansion and reprint strategy.

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Tune in to episode 171 of the Crowdfunding Nerds podcast, where your favorite hosts, Andrew and Sean, take you behind the scenes of the Deliverance expansion and reprint strategy.

Ever wondered how alternative reality games can boost your campaign at conventions? We’re diving deep into the nitty-gritty of pre-marketing magic, from leveraging YouTube hype to strategizing for retail success post-Kickstarter.

Andrew’s eyeing that $1 million goal—not just for the glory, but to solidify Deliverance’s retail reputation. We’re talking big dreams, realistic expectations, and the power of a hardcore fan base. Plus, don’t miss out on hearing about Andrew’s epic role as a raid boss at Strong Tower Con!

So, whether you’re a seasoned backer or a curious creator, join us for this insightful journey and learn how to level up your crowdfunding game. It’s time to strategize, captivate, and conquer. Ready to roll the dice? Let’s get nerdy!
 
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