Wow…I can’t believe it’s been a week since E3! It feels like it was so long ago now, everything has been a bit of a blur and I’ve been pretty busy at work. Lots of exciting stuff going on, and now I can finally talk about most of it!
First off, E3 was tons of fun! It was a great chance for me to see some new friends (mostly people I met at GDC/on Twitter) and meet lots of new folks, as well as get an introduction to a different side of the industry. There is a big difference between the attendance of GDC (students/developers and press) and E3 (markters/sales, press, and buyers), so it was really interesting to meet more folks on the marketing/sales side of things.
GamerDNA sent me to E3 to do all of our press interviews for a new project that we launched, called TweetMyGaming.com . TweetMyGaming tracks all of the gaming conversations on Twitter in real-time, and shows you what the most popular games are right now. It’s a project that I was involved with since day one, all the way from the conceptualization and finding a contractor, to the execution/product direction and then doing interviews with the press :). It’s something that I’m very proud of, and I’m happy that I’ve been able to do yet another project around something I’m very passionate about: Twitter and Social Media.
So far the project has been quite successful for us, with interviews going up on Kotaku , Joystiq , and Destructoid . Destructoid’s article even features some quotes from me, as Samit Sarkar was kind enough to do an interview with me earlier this week. It’s pretty good article, so I hope you check it out!
When I was actually at the E3 Convention Center, I did a number of interviews with Current.Tv and MTV Multiplayer. These turned in to daily segments, and MTV Multiplayer has put up theirs:
MTV Multiplayer – TweetMyGaming Day 1 Wrap-Up
MTV Multiplayer – TweetMyGaming Day 2 Wrap-Up
MTV Multiplayer – TweetMyGaming Day 3 Wrap-Up
TweetMyGaming/E3 marks for the first project and event that I’ve had the opportunity to speak directly with the press and do interviews. All the feedback internally has been positive, so I’m really excited and happy that I was able to do this for the company. My hope is that I’ll get to do this more often, it was a lot of fun!
In the near future I may do a brief post about E3 and what I saw there, mainly with pictures from my iPhone. So until then…see you around and thanks for reading my blog!