October 26, 2021

Post-Kickstarter Discussion: Kickstarter Board Game Creator Launches Successful Kickstarter on Kickstarter

Episode: 45

A discussion with Eric Geller of Quest & Cannons (Kickstarter) who launched a successful Kickstarter on Kickstarter joins the Crowdfunding Nerds to discuss said Kickstarter.

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00:02:44 – From Idea To Game
00:06:48 – How To Leverage Your Wife In Game Design
00:10:27 – How To Make People Care About Your Game
00:15:43 – How To Do Market Research
00:17:27 – Advice To First Time Creators
00:20:07 – The Most Effective Facebook Ad For Quest & Cannons
00:21:48 – Why Did You Hire Crowdfunding Nerds To Manage Your Ads?
00:23:34 – What Other Services Did Your Hire Out?
00:24:35 – How Did Quest & Cannons Do On Kickstarter?
00:28:42 – How To Set Up A Review Campaign

Shownotes
Quests & Cannons: The Risen Islands – https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/short-hop-games/quests-and-cannons

Virtuous Cycle of Kickstarter Marketing – https://crowdfundingnerds.com/episode14/

4.5 Outcomes You Need To Consider Before Going To Kickstarter – https://crowdfundingnerds.com/episode5/

Short Hop Games Self-Publishing Diaries – https://boardgamegeek.com/blog/10549

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