Escape Room Marketing 2020 Highlights Part 2

Today I’m going to be following up on our last blog, where I started sharing some of the highlights from the first half of 2020s escape room marketing blog: the strategies, the opportunities, and ways to survive during the biggest threats the industry has ever faced.

This is because, as we come close to the end of 2020 it’s important to look back at the good, the bad and everything else in between when it comes to escape room marketing. And sure, 2020 has been full of the bad but we shouldn’t overlook all of the good that came from the year too!

Not only is this a great opportunity look back on the year, it’s great to remind yourself or catch up on some new strategies that you could try in 2021.

So without further ado, let’s dive in to the escape room marketing 2020 highlights part 2…!

A Free and Revolutionary Way to advertise your escape room that a lot of owners don’t know about

As you know, ratings, reviews and testimonials are critical to marketing your escape room, and they help people find the confidence to try you out and make a booking.

Imagine if you built on this and had your escape room rated and reviewed by one or more influencers in the industry – somebody who is renown for playing dozens, if not hundreds, of escape rooms. They’re experts, and their opinions and online reviews both matter to and are read by many other escape room player and enthusiasts.

This will lead to free advertising for your escape room for years to come, as other players book with you from around the country – or even the world!

But how do you find influencers to visit your escape room and review them? That’s what I’m going to cover today. I’m also going to share with you exactly how to invite an influencer to visit you, so you can get started right away!