A Touch of Marketing

January 27, 2010

So, I would be remiss to not cross-reference my other blog that is currently taking up most of my free time: The All-in-One Gamer Project is a few weeks underway and I’m feeling pretty good about it so far. In essence, I’m trying to familiarize myself with all aspects necessary to lead an independent game development team. So, for the thousands and thousands of you who are fans of this blog (am I rounding up too high?), jump on over and subscribe, comment and be merry!

5 Responses to “A Touch of Marketing”

  1. Thanks for this, I’m going to have to read up on the Ultimate Guide. Having dived head-first into leading an independent design team, I have to say one of the key factors has been “let people do what they do best”. I’ve had the luxury and honor of having a lot of great volunteers step forward, but even then I’ve always found that clear responsibilities have made all of our lives much easier.

    • drewmcgee said

      Thanks Stephen! I’m glad to recommend any book I think is helpful or overall awesome. I’m looking forward to freeing up a little time to beta that ol’ Nova Initia game of yours. Cheers!

  2. My family every time say that I am wasting my time here at net, but I know I am getting familiarity every day by reading
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    • drewmcgee said

      Anyone who has ever done anything worthwhile has dealt with family, friends, and strangers telling them not to. If it’s what you want to do, chase it down with every ounce of passion in you. When they see you smiling at your success, they’ll come around. 🙂

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