Understanding Visibility On Steam

Category: marketing
Date: July 13, 2019
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Erik Johnson, President, Infinite Monkeys Entertainment

Having your game appear on Steam's store page is one of the most valuable marketing opportunities available to indie developers. But the systems governing visibility are complex and the competition for these slots is fierce. Erik explores the ins and outs of the Steam store, discusses the best opportunities for indies, and offers some insight into the platform that so many developers depend on to earn their livelihood.
Erik Johnson is one of the developers of Life Goes On, an award-winning puzzle-platformer available on PC and consoles. He is enthusiastic about data and market analysis. He has a MSc in Computing Science from the University of Alberta, where he studied Graph Theory and Complexity Theory. Topics that unfortunately have little relevance to game development. Erik has also completed 100% of the achievements in TIS-100.
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Understanding Visibility On Steam
July 13, 2019

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