Game Promotion proposal

Discussion in 'Indie Business' started by geekdeals, Sep 11, 2017.

  1. geekdeals

    geekdeals New Member

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    Hey Everyone!

    My name is Martin and I'm an owner of a website GeekDealsUS.com & Twitter account @GeekDailyDeal which has more than 100K followers.

    I want to propose a mutuallly beneficial deal. I want to get more followers on my Twitter account, and you want to promote your Games & get more sales. My proposal is that I can promote your game on Twitter.

    The text would be: Follow & RT For a Chance to Win 1 of X Copies of "Your Game" by @YourUsername. Ends time/date. [LINK TO GAME on Steam/website] + Picture you provide

    Since I have a large following this should get retweeted and seen many times. I would need from You 1 or more copies (as much as you wish) of your game. Preferably as Steam key.

    If that seems like a good idea, then please reply here or e-mail me to martins@geekdealsus.com if you want to discuss collaboration ideas.

    Best regards,

    Martin
     
  2. lennard

    Moderator Original Member Indie Author

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    Sent an email, I'd be happy to throw in some Financial Guru's Value Pack's in exchange for 100K mentions of www.RealEstateEmpire.net

    Lemme know!
     
  3. FreakoutGames

    FreakoutGames New Member

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    It would have been really great if it included mobile games too :) Would have given it a try for sure!
     
  4. geekdeals

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    It can be arranged. Send me an email and we'll discuss it.
     
  5. FreakoutGames

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    Sure, will drop you an email!
     

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