Video game journalism is an essential part of the video game industry. But who are the gaming editors you are trying to reach to promote your video game?
This series of interviews presents passionate human beings and experienced professionals in the video game press.
Today, it is a pleasure to introduce you to Moses Norton “The Well-Red Mage”, Editor-in-chief of the eponymous site.
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As a Public Relations Freelance, I meet with video game journalist in real life and contact them via internet. Passionate, kind and helpful persons. Video Game journalists are an essential link between your game and its audience. This series of interviews, of 10 questions each, presents experienced professional in the video game press from various outlets.
Today, it is a pleasure to introduce you to: Rich and Britt. Founder & Editor-in-Chief and Senior Reviewer at Games Freezer.
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Contacting the video game journalists and getting publications in their outlets about your game can be a challenging task. Following these simple tips will still help you in the maneuver.
As a prerequisite you need a good story telling about your video game and brilliant assets to promote it. Do not be fooled, this is only first steps of your journey. Actually, it’s the easiest because you have total control over it.
Then, you must grab the attention of the video game journalists and hope for some exposure in their media. If you consider the news and release schedule, you quickly understand that video game editors are overworked. Taking the following points into account when contacting members of the press does not guarantee that you will get publications about your indie game, but it will prevent you from falling directly into the limbo of their email inboxes.
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Public Relations and Press Contact List Building
Public Relations is a necessity when marketing and an independent video game. Video Game Exhibitions are great opportunities to meet with Press Editors, Bloggers and Influencers but unfortunately you will not be able to access all video Game Medias in this way only… Therefore, you clearly understand the necessity to build a Press contact list to promote your video game.
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