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How to keep up with Twitch trends and spot the next big thing

January 12, 2021 / by Kamil Malinowski posted in Company-know-how, Influencer marketing, Streaming platforms

Twitch is an incredibly popular and powerful tool for businesses and individuals alike. The potential for growth and exposure is almost unmatched anywhere on the internet and with such a massive user base it has become a core hub in the gaming and online world. 

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How to find up and coming content creators for your marketing campaigns

January 5, 2021 / by Kamil Malinowski posted in Company-know-how, Influencer marketing

While influencer marketing is known to be extremely effective, it can also be expensive and difficult to establish. This is especially true when looking at the most popular creators, who are almost all represented by agencies and charge a hefty sum. Oftentimes, if you attempt to enter influencer marketing from scratch and go straight to the top, you won’t even get a chance to interact with the creators that you’d like for your campaign, only their agents.   

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How to leverage User Generated Content for your game launch

December 15, 2020 / by Kamil Malinowski posted in Company-know-how, Influencer marketing, Game development

It’s no secret that User Generated Content (UGC) is essentially the core of the internet, especially in gaming. Practically anything you see online has been influenced by UGC in some way, from users creating tiny addons to whole platforms based solely on the users' content, like Twitter and YouTube. 

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Why influencer marketing is the best way to connect with the gaming community & gen Z

November 3, 2020 / by Kamil Malinowski posted in Company-know-how, Influencer marketing

One of the most important aspects of any business is marketing and brand awareness. It doesn't really matter how good your product or service is, if no one knows about it, then it won’t do you any good. 

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How to make your game attractive to influencers

October 27, 2020 / by Kamil Malinowski posted in Company-know-how, Influencer marketing, Game development

Getting people to see and buy your game is the ultimate goal when making a game, and there’s no better way to get your game noticed than by having influencers play it and share it with their fans.

The biggest streamers and content creators have followings in the millions and having even one huge influencer playing your game can make or break it. Even in the last few months, some relatively small projects like Fall Guys and Among Us have become massive thanks to just a few influencers making them popular on websites like Twitch and YouTube.

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Most important data to find how your game performs on Twitch and YouTube

October 20, 2020 / by Kamil Malinowski posted in Company-know-how, Campaign analytics, Streaming platforms

When it comes to getting your game out there, there’s nothing better than having content creators play it and share it on their preferred platforms, be it Twitch, YouTube, or any other service.

The best thing is that if someone likes your game, they’ll play it and stream or make videos of it without you having to invest anything. This helps promote organic growth for your game, as the more people that see it, the more will buy it, then more will make videos, which will result in more seeing it and so on.

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How to sell more games by running affiliate programs with streamers

October 13, 2020 / by Kamil Malinowski posted in Company-know-how, Influencer marketing

When it comes down to it, people need to know about your game to buy it, and the more people that know about it, the more chance there is that someone will buy it. This is why marketing exists and plays such a huge role in any type of sale.

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Steam vs Epic Games Store - Where should you publish your game?

October 6, 2020 / by Kamil Malinowski posted in Company-know-how, Game development

Getting users to play your game is the ultimate goal and picking the right place to make it available is key. For the majority of developers, there are two main options for publishing your game: Steam and the Epic Games Store. 

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