Interview/Kickstarter Promotion Policy

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Policy by: Grant Rodiek

If you create a blog that has more than 3 readers, you start receiving monthly emails from this really shady advertising company that wants to pay you $40 yearly to post full page ads about Disney Cruises and such.

If you create a blog about board games that has more than 3 readers, you start receiving weekly emails from (sometimes) well-meaning Kickstarter designers who want to promote their latest project. I get it. I really do.

I'm not interested in either and I'm writing this policy so that moving forward I can point people towards this link. I created this blog to write about design, games I love, and designers I find interesting. The thing is, if I don't know you or your game, I'm not sure what we're going to talk about in our interview.

I may only have a few readers, but I want them to trust me. That's about as high as a horse as I can get on due to my stubby legs.

Here are the rules you should know:

  • If I want to interview you for this site, I will contact you.
  • I do not have time or interest in making your PNP. I'm desperately scrounging for hours to make my own games. If you really care, send a copy to bloggers you deem influential. You must respect our time.
  • You should get to know me before asking me for favors. It's not hard. I'm on Twitter all day, every day.

I think that covers it. As always, feel free to comment below or email me.

Comments

I hate you.

:D

I love the graphic here.

Also, you should interview me.