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Oct 19, 2015

Garrett Crowe wrote: So Marc, I've been doing three podcasts. One is radio drama style actual play of a four year long Star Wars RPG campaign, one a celebration of various games I love with local specialists in each game providing news and advice, but mostly geeking out over the games... and the last being the live play vidcast of the Middle Earth game. The first two have remained at about 300 hits per episode, but I know these numbers can get higher. What's an effective podcast marketing plan I should adopt?

I release teaser promos complete with original artwork posters for each episode at appropriate facebook groups, enworld forums, google communities. Other gaming podcasts seem to take a spam the hell out of all gaming groups on the net, and that seems counter productive. What resources should I study to form a marketing plan.

I really want to make strides with this so I can establish myself as a professional game designer, in demand for projects and known by the industry.

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