Ian Gordon at www.StartupDaddy.com mentioned the twitter pitch. The idea is roughly the same as the Elevator Pitch, but in 140 characters. That is quite some test to put your idea through.
I distilled the caelum project in a short statements and was facing a little problem; who was I talking to.
A gamer won’t like an investor pitch, nor will a independent developer see value in a hiring pitch. (at least I believe so).
I need to customize my twitter pitch to my audience. Somebody must already have named that “adapting to your audience”.
So who do I need to adress with my idea?
- Indie Game Developpers,
- Indie Gamers,
- Helpers and Hires.
That seems about right. So here I go, need your input to make this even better.
@Investor PC is a business-solution to help indie game dev to better monetize thier games through marketing advice and piracy-strong distribution platform
@GameDev PC is the place to find the ressources needed to boost the business side of your games and people to make it even better
@Gamer PC makes you in direct contact with the GameDev and access the real indie games and you can manage your games like you would hard-copies.
@Helper Look at the other pitchs, you can tackle that challenge and be part of it.
Okay, that’s the first draft of my twitter pitchs. Let’s make them better.