The hardest thing (for me, anyway) relating to creating is getting the word out into the wider world.
I’ll often ask if someone can “do me a quick favour” and share a project that I’m working on. Sometimes, I get told yes, sometimes no and sometimes it’s in return for something I did for them so that they have to say yes!
My point is that you should do this whenever someone gives you the opportunity. The indie RPG community is nowhere near as powerful as the big companies because they don’t have the same kind of reach. The only way that I can see to do better is to work together to build that reach.
So share a project if someone asks you to, even if you think you don’t have any followers who will notice. Even one extra backer can make a difference to a struggling project. If you’re a backer, share the project and explain why you were interested in it.
It can make a huge difference to the project, even if you don’t think it will…