July 8, 2024

Using Polls To Fix Crowdfunding Problems

Episode: 187

Ever wondered why your Kickstarter campaign isn’t hitting the mark? Or how some indie developers turn setbacks into triumphs?

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Ever wondered why your Kickstarter campaign isn’t hitting the mark? Or how some indie developers turn setbacks into triumphs? In this episode of Crowdfunding Nerds, Andrew and Sean dive deep into the art of polling fans and making data-driven decisions with special guest Christopher Cantero of Chazak Games.
 
Christopher, who has an impressive background with Unity Technologies and projects like Doom Eternal, shares his journey of transitioning to indie game development and launching the Kickstarter for “High Fructose,” a first-person arena shooter roguelite. Despite some initial struggles, his campaign is gaining traction thanks to community engagement and streamer support.
 
We explore the nitty-gritty of why polling is crucial, especially when your campaign isn’t performing as expected. From optimizing pledge tiers to leveraging social proof, this episode is packed with actionable insights. Plus, hear firsthand how Christopher plans to navigate the challenges and take his campaign to the next level.
 
Don’t miss out—tune in and learn how to turn your crowdfunding campaign into a success story! 
 
Follow Christopher: 
Twitter: @CanteroChris 
Website: playhighfructose.com
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