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Dont you people like free stuff?

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gofluxyourself
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Joined: 03/16/2009

Here I am offering a FREE DEMO of my game, and all you have to do is drop me an e-mail on board game geek with a way for me to e-mail the demo to you. If you like it please tell your friends about it.

AlexWeldon
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Joined: 04/06/2009
Convenience > cost

You will discover that, especially online, below a certain price threshold, convenience becomes more of an issue than cost. You're asking people to go to another site, sign up if they don't have an account, send you a private message, and then receive your demo in their inbox some time later. That seems like an enormous chore in this day and age of one-click downloads.

You might have more success if you provided a direct link to your site, with a simple script allowing them to just type in their email address (along with images and a description of the game, and an assurance that you're not going to sell it to spammers), and receive the game immediately.

apeloverage
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Joined: 08/01/2008
you could submit the game

to boardgamegeek, and host the files there.

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