A boxing game is only as popular as the audience it attracts. The first step in building an audience is to identify your niche. What type of people do you see yourself catering to? It could be absolute beginners who are trying to learn the fundamentals of boxing or amateurs trying to get a grip of the world of professional boxing or boxers who are trying to establish themselves and ensure that they have a firm footing in the world of boxing.
Once you have identified your target audience, you can proceed to charting out a plan of action to attract them. Decide what platform you will use to communicate with your audience. For example, if you are looking at boxing beginners of a particular locality as your audience base, local gyms and boxing studios are good places to start. Advertising through community newspapers is also a good idea.
Find out what your audience are looking for and supply them with precise information. Double check your facts before you present them. This will make you more trustworthy in the eyes of your audience and make them loyal to you.
Social media is a great boon when you are trying to expand your reach. Broadcasting yourself to the rest of the world has never been easier. This is especially true when you have to promote yourself on a tight budget. Make use of social networking sites to connect with like minded people with similar interests. Collaborating with them can help you add more skills to your repertoire and widens your potential audience base.
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