Hi everyone! Noodle Bake has officially been launched, so now it’s time for us to get serious about schedules, marketing, and community involvement. That last one is going to be seriously hard for us anxious introverts, but we will learn and we will push!
For today, however, my (Becca) personal focus is on marketing. Which is hard enough… I mean, promoting myself? Yeah, I barely cope with job interviews. However, back to the point – regardless of my anxieties, if we want Noodle Bake to get out there, marketing is a must.
And one of the things that all three of us human noodles love to do, is play games. Specifically, Hayley and I love to share our games. We used to be avid Sims 2 players and content creators – we had our own blogs and “Simblrs” (A tumblr… for sims… clearly), and had built up some good friendships along the way.
In addition, we love watching others share their gaming; I mean, you have great names like Markiplier and Jacksepticeye, but I also have friends who have been sharing their game play as well! It has been inspiring, to say the least. I feel like this kind of marketing, sharing our nerdy game-play will help people get to know us personally.
Sure, we’ll shamelessly plug Noodle Bake every now and then, because we will have to relate our gaming to our baking somehow. But the last thing I want, is for our introvertedness to cause noodle followers to, well… follow robots. We want our personalities and interests out there, and right now, gaming is a common factor between all three of us.
So those are my thoughts right now! I want to look into game recording, starting with Minecraft, but there is still a lot more thinking to do, in order to make sure that this is the right step forward for Noodle Bake!
Feel free to contribute by commenting with your experiences in promoting yourself, sharing your interests as a way of marketing, and/or some games that you like to play 🙂