Want to add technology to your escape room? Here are 5 props to build and place into your game.
I have looked at literally hundreds of Escape Room Facebook pages and I have noticed a few common traits among them. Most ER owners have no idea of the power behind their FB page. Their page is a stale bulletin board of player photos and nothing more. Many Escape Room pages don't engage with their audience eliminatitng the purpose of liking your page. Without engagement there is little to no reason for someone to like your ER Facebook page. The vast majority ER page owners don't post real content for their audience to like, comment and share, further reducing the reasons for people to like and follow your page. You have got to give your audience a reason to keep liking and following your page.
So what steps can you take to increase the organic reach and engagement of your facebook page. Here are 10 suggestions to get you going. You don't have to do all of these things but if you do you should see your page likes increase, your organic reach increase and your bottom line grow.
You've decided that you are going to open an escape room, now what? Besides a whole host of things that you need to do just to get your doors open, there's this one other small task. That's deciding what your room themes are going to be?
When we decided to open Cracked it! Escape Games we were faced with this same decision. We had a very limited budget to purchase or design our first game and we chose to design our own game. First, we had to choose the core concept of the game and that is the point of this post. Give you the fledgling operator some ideas to design your own escape room games.
When a Hurricane comes in and knocks out your power, here are 5 things you can do to pass the time while the Escape Room is closed.