Here’s the short link, in case you can’t find the other 20,000 places that I’ve posted it.
A part of me wonders if I should be promoting my own website as much as I’m posting the Kickstarter link. Would this energy be better served if I posted my own links 20 times a day? What about 40 links a day?
I’m working on this day and night. Answering questions on Kickstarter, posting new rewards, and generally being on high alert every moment of every day. Forty more days? Yeeks!
It is not fully funded yet. Not even 10% funded yet. Should I have made it for a $100 and not $2000? What will happen if it doesn’t get funded? Lore Bits are a great product. It’s a matter of getting them in to the right hands.
It would be great if there was a magic wand that would help it get noticed. There is no magic wand, of course. The Oatmeal’s kickstarter was fantasically successful just a few weeks ago. The Pebble watch thingy was even more successful. Maybe I’m on the wrong crowdfunding site if all Kickstarter is interested in is large projects that generate a lot of fees for them.
Oh. Dear. That might be the problem.
I’ve still been contacted by more marketers than potential purchasers. Growth Hacking is apparently the latest marketing buzzword. Too bad. I rather liked SEO expert. It had the word expert modified by SEO. Which is fancy speak for someone who knows how to manipulate Google’s algorythim.
If you do see this post, go check out the kickstarter. If you see this post after the kickstarter ends (April 22nd, 2015) , make sure you check out the shop on this website. You can buy the Lore Bits at a reasonable price, support a small business and get some super shiny game tokens!
Note: Please send more comments about how many hits I’m missing out on google, search engines, and everything else. It’s good to know that I’m missing out on 300 unique visitors a day.