MGGA Marketing – Gab vs Twitter

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Gab gets a bad rap for being ‘Alt-Right’ because they allow any kind of content on their platform, but it is perfect because their posting system keeps you up to date on comments and reposts, which allows people to keep current on your work – exactly what marketing is about – awareness.

Twitter may block you for ‘wrong think’, but it is a great resource to learn all aspects of game development – how to work with different engines, different softwares, how to draw and so much more.

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Introducing Trollette Von BigTits!

Trollette was your average gamer gurl in the early 2000s, kinda supporting inclusion in gaming, because she liked having a popular gaming gurl NewbTube channel. Because of her sassy attitude and her good looks, she was very popular.

Then GamerGate happened, and the citizens of the Internet demanded her to pick a side. Pick the politically correct censorious assholes like Vaggy and Hoey Sinn, or she could choose fighting for free speech, and she choose her side.

This pissed many of the brainwashed gamer gurls who sided with political correctness.

Trollette is fiercely loyal to her friends. She will do anything for them. She’s also a fierce competitor, and the most important aspect of her personality is her fierceness – she never backs down. This indomitable spirit keeps her going no matter what the odds, which helped her as a gamer gurl in the early 2010s, and during GamerGate when social media was split in two, those for political correctness and those against it.

MGGA Plays – BattleHeart 1 – Review

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Battleheart, the birth of the series, was a good game. It was very fun because it was easy to pickup, some basic configuration, and lots of class mashups to create amazing stuff. Still, it’s very linear storytelling, and improper algorithms putting some characters at disadvantages took away from the greatness of this game.

This Week in Make Gaming Great Again, May 5th, 2019

After so much turbulence last week, this week has gone perfectly.

I’m officially on vacation right now. No real work for a couple of weeks. Just some writing, drawing (I’m redrawing the characters I did in the beginning – like Based Stickman, Anonymous, Trolly and Trollette – that shouldn’t take more than a couple of days) – and putting up some vids on Battle Heart 1 and 2, reviewing it as a game developer, and some other social media reviews.

This week, I did a huge amount of finalizing work for this block of work.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/sVybx9FawzPg/ – MGGA Plays – BattleHeart Legacy – Art

I look at the art of BattleHeart Legacy – both in the 3d adaptation of their original work, and with their newly created storytelling elements – which were good considering this was their very first attempt at it.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/8kKEmOTCeXOM/ – MGGA Marketing – BitChute vs YouTube

I look at the current states of these two great platforms, where YouTube buries your videos in obscurity – no matter what it is, while BitChute has issues with their processing servers and a self inflicted wound of not offering the right incentives to financially supporting the website – more exposure and advertisement for the support tiers.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/dl1dhO0Paub9/ – GamerGate Trolls Update 2

This is the big work this week – the culmination of 100s of hours of writing, drawing, recording and compiling, I have my newest update video on GamerGate Trolls. I did learn a lot from it, and next time I promise it will be shorter and better compartmentalization.

This month is just relaxing, and I am already feeling much better than at the end of last week. Keep playing games my friends, and developing them.

MGGA Marketing – BitChute Vs YouTube

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New Marketing Video – BitChute Vs YouTube.

As a video platform, BitChute just needs a couple of changes that will greatly improve their performance. While their search engine and layout makes finding new content very easy, which will help fledgling game devs and other creatives, there are some things they can improve.

One of the big things they should do right now is scrap the ‘pay for better playlists and more channels’ incentive to support them, and choose a you pay for more visibility incentive, which will ultimately be much better reward – after all, YouTube has unlimited playlists with unlimited videos per playlist. . . Why pay for it.

YouTube, despite it’s issues, has some social media advantages, because Reddit doesn’t block your content, like it does with BitChute.

Overall, if BitChute does the pay for visibility model for the tier supports, it may start to generate the kind of revenue that will allow them to really compete with YouTube.

Introducing Vivian James

Vivian is a true creation of the Internet, being summoned from nothing by some of the greatest sorcerers of coding magic, the Fine Young Capitalists and /pol/land. She has come to fight off ClownWorld and political correctness and ensure that both the Internet and gaming can be sane places!