How do you see the playercount like that? Also if I were you, I'd close down a few servers and concentrate on like 2 or so.Honestly, 1500$ feels like it can't get you anywhere in terms of advertising.
Spent over 300 dollars the last 2 months. Player count... (It's peak time as we speak)
How do you see the playercount like that? Also if I were you, I'd close down a few servers and concentrate on like 2 or so.
What kind of advertising?I've spent $25 on having a server on a shared host (just to start out). I have 10GB ram (and can change this to whatever number I'd like). I have 75 slots. We've been open for a month. I've put $300 into advertising and this is what our past weeks statistics look like. Today, we reached a full server for the first time and peaked to 75 players (I really don't know why it happened but it did).
EDIT: Around 200 on the setup, graphics, shit, and 1.3k on advertising.Hey guys so if you were starting a server how would you make the $1500 into a great server?
To get your server noticed to those players that would play your server.Why do people need so much on advertising, If you want a good playerbase the player will come to your server.
I had two youtubers record (Only paid $200 for that) and bought 4 hours of .org, 3 hours on a tuesday (veterans day) and 1 hour on a Saturday. This totaled $100.
I don't attribute my playerbase to be a result of those things however.
???I don't attribute my playerbase to be a result of those things however.
I hasn't always been like that. My old skyblock server had an average of 20-25 player throughout the day and peaked at 60. Not a single cent was spent on advertising, although it was bumped on PMC every few days. The server was only up for a year.You haven't been in the minecraft server business long lol, all servers need at least some advertising.