We have a vision for what we want to be, and then a bunch of smaller metrics that we want to achieve along the way. Let’s talk about what some of those are.
I basically wanted to put together a hub so that gamers from all walks, from professional game designers, writers, bloggers, to just passionate fans and hobbyists like myself would be able to have a constant stream of easy to digest and interesting material about this crazy hobby we all love.
To that end, a couple of us decided to go ahead and create a podcast. None of us had ever done anything like this before, or even knew what the hell we were doing, but decided that we would start to go from there. So we pooled what little money we had from our decidedly not gaming careers and we set out to figure out how to record and edit a podcast, where to host, how to design a website, how to create logos, and what kind of social media we should use. Basically, we googled a lot, took inspiration from what others were doing, and just bumbled through. Everything we have put together to this point we have done ourselves, through hours and hours of trial and error. And frankly, we are pretty damn proud of what we have achieved.
As far as what we are trying to accomplish, our goals are pretty reasonable, in my humble opinion. They just take work and time. So what are the concrete, rather than broad vision, goals?
What does everyone think about this? Misguided? Something we should work towards? Thoughts? Questions?
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