Game marketing consultant Chris Zukowsk has launched a free class How To Make A Steam Page.
The class is described as “the complete guide to creating a Steam page that consistently attracts shoppers, earns wishlists, and sells more copies of your game.”
“The advice I give in this class has come from minding the numbers, listening to steam users, and researching what has worked for other indies,” Zukovski says. Importantly, this is not endorsed by Valve.
The curriculum walks you through all components on your page, such as tags, screenshots and videos, the hoover tootip feature, and more. The learning outcomes can ideally include consistently attracting shoppers, generating wishlists, and selling more copies of your game.
You can access the class here.
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