IndieDev Game Marketer

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Promote indie games for all platforms using the power & familiarity of WordPress.

Author:IndieDev.tools (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:5.0.0
WordPress version tested:5.4.3
Plugin version:2.0.7
Added to WordPress repository:10-12-2016
Last updated:17-06-2020
Rating, %:100
Rated by:1
Plugin URI:https://www.indiedev.tools/product/indiedev-g...
Total downloads:2 030
Active installs:70+
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Creating a good game is hard, but that’s only half the battle. If you don’t market your game, no one will play it!

Indiedev Game Marketer is an open source WordPress plugin, forever free and forever without a premium version to buy.

Why use this plugin at all? Aside from helping you assemble press kits for your games, another vital feature is that if information changes about your game, then you only need to change your game once and it will update across your website.

  • Simply fill in your company & game details, upload your promotional media and boom: instant presskits for your games.
  • Write and publish Press Releases from within the WordPress admin panel.
  • Automate posting your screenshots onto Twitter on #screenshotsaturday as well as other daily #indiedev #gamedev hashtags
  • Uses native WordPress: classic editor button, Gutenberg blocks, shortcodes, custom post types, and custom taxonomy so that you can easily integrate content from this plugin into your themes and other plugins.
  • No PRO version to buy, now or ever. This is a true open source project licensed under the GPL 2 license
  • i18n compatible for translations to different languages.

Are you an indie game developer, publisher, or marketer who is using WordPress? Let me how I can help make this a better tool!

I know that making a good game is hard, but making a good marketing campaign can be even harder. It is my hope that this plugin will help developers more effectively market their games, without increasing the cost of marketing.


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