Head of Marketing
Professionally, Zack works as an Search Engine Optimization Strategist where he is able to keep his appetite for marketing mostly fed. On the side Zack has a passion for marketing for creatives and is working to further his own talents through game design and short stories.
PageStarter with Lisa Ferland is for writers ready to start their next page. Full of inspiration on writing, editing, publishing, and marketing, PageStarter is to give writers the inspiration, resources, and stories they need to publish their words.
What's a micro Kickstarter campaign, and how can it help MORE authors enter the crowdfunding space? Listen to Zack Applewhite's approach to successful serial Kickstarter launches and the strategy behind them all.
Zeal Zaddy: Story TalkListen Now
Creating and Running Tabletop Roleplaying Game Crowdfunding Campaigns that Get Funded
StoryTalk’s host and guests discuss “Creating & Running Crowdfunding Campaigns that Get Funded” with successful TTRPG Kickstarter creators, Ted Bushman, Zack Applewhite, and Kalynn Applewhite.
Thinking CriticallyListen Now
Thinking Critcally is a discussion show with different guests each episode. Danilo and his guest take a single concept or idea and discuss what that means within the D&D framework to help you get the most out your sessions, whatever side of the screen you sit on.
This episode I am joined by professional marketer Zack Applewhite, of Applewhite Games, who takes us on a whistle-stop masterclass of content marketing tips, advice, and real-world examples to help us better promote the amazing work we do! Starting with his suggestion of a "content chop shop" where you disassemble the content you create to vastly increase quality output.
Beholder to No OneListen Now
A Dungeons and Dragons Podcast where we talk about anything and everything D&D 5e.
Marketting is one of the hardest things to do when it comes to being a creator. Sometimes we just don't know where to start. Today I'm joined by Zack Applewhite as we discuss some of the things he's learned and that I've experimented with throughout our experiences as small time creators in the TTRPG space. Perhaps you have some tips you'll want to share in the comments too!