“The Quest for the Perfect Gaming Forum” hits high scores with game development community
MONTREAL, Oct. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Vanilla Forums, the leading solution provider of community forums for gaming, consumer brands and high tech organizations, has published a free, comprehensive ebook that covers all aspects of building and managing successful gaming communities. The Quest for the Perfect Gaming Forum‘s content organizes the best information gathered from Vanilla’s knowledgeable team members.
“We’ve learned a lot from working with many of the top game publishers on community forum strategy and implementation,” explainedLuc Vezina, CEO of Vanilla Forums. “This is the genesis of our ebook. We’re unlocking our game winning plays and insights so every community can be successful.”
The ebook shares tips on launching new player forums and new online communities; explains best practices that developers and community managers need to attract and engage players; and how to keep overhead resources low without compromising community satisfaction.
Those that gained early access to the ebook are already cheering the contents:
- “Great read on how to run a Game forum and make your life as a Community Manager easier. From basics to harder topics.”Robert Evans (@TatlTaelCast)
- “I loved the guide. Very interesting. Your list of gamer archetypes was spot on!” – Joseph B.
The gaming community playbook is now available on Vanilla Forums for everyone to download. Written to be technology agnostic, the information contained can help gaming professionals with their community. For a free copy, go tohttp://pages.vanillaforums.com/video-games-communities-playbook.
About Vanilla Forums
More than ever, consumers of content, goods and services want a voice within a community that shares a common interest. Vanilla’s cloud-based community software is the enterprise standard used by top brands to better engage customers, drive loyalty, empower advocates and reduce support costs. Founded in December 2009, Vanilla started as an open source project. Today, Vanilla powers over 50,000 online communities. Visit VanillaForums.com to learn more about Vanilla.