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[quote] On 06-09-2006 11:52, Havoc wrote: [quote] Then someone would have to be very generous and pay for everything for Muddled Enterprises.. [/quote] Yes. There would have to be some way of covering the running costs. I think one way could be making the costs transparent and asking for monthly sponsorship and/or paypal donations. To be realistic you'd have to secure monthly sponsorship that would cover the running costs before you even started. [quote] Even if there was a vague plan to make the game free it would surely have to follow some hefty advertising to ensure we get a nice income of players to make the game being free worth it. As it stands, we could be free and it would only make a difference for existing players, how would new people know if we don't advertise etc.. [/quote] Yes. It'd all have to be free advertising. Could be a PDF poster that each mudder prints out and sticks up in the street, at school, on campus, at work, etc. Lots of advertising becomes more readily accepted if you're not "selling" something. Blog posts, forum posts, mud mailing list posts, etc. Another thought is that Muddled Enterprises might be able to switch to charity status if it can argue that it provides a public service (perhaps as conservation?) Havoc
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