Yes this is something i was thinking about! probably the best option is “Real Drift Racing Free”. What do you think?
Im also thinking about “optimizing” the description.
So you dont think its a good idea to make a fb campaign?
I have searched for the biggest drift web site and facebook pages and im thinking a way to gain exposure , which is the best way for you. I was thinking about asking an “expert opinion” regarding the game and then eventually ask for an help promoting the app.
I don’t know what the Free part is telling - do people search for free - perhaps better to use that space to cover some more better keywords.
I would guess words like Simulaton or Driving may give you better inflow of users.
Also as others have suggested - perhaps use the same or other keywords in your Description.
Regarding facebook, there are others here who have discussed that - search on the forum, or maybe they will reply on that.
You could consider spending money to buy downloads as well - on AppBrain etc. so that your app appears in AppWall advertisements - others here have done that and you can find info on that via search on this forum.
Basically the greater the number of downloads you get, the higher you move up in ranking - and moving up in ranking gives you even more downloads - so it is a virtuous circle - by that same mechanic, it can also become a vicious circle - if falling downloads make you fall down in rankings.
However, in your case, rankings for the different keywords is also relevant because that is how you will be getting your users - until of course you are so famous that people search for your name explicitly.
This is another thing to consider - the name should be reasonably different from the other apps in your genre - to avoid conflict - and to avoid psychological confusion in the minds of users - about which app is which - so having some distinctive thing in your title also will help.
Here are the earlier suggestions:
Real Drift Free
Real Drift Racing Free
Drift Racing Simulation Free
Drift Racing 3D Simulation
Real Drift Racing Simulation
Here are some more:
Drift Racing Drive Simulation
Drift Racing Car Simulation
If you have spent many months making the game - I would say you have a lot invested and you should spend as much time trying to understand what the environment is in your genre - and seeing which keywords are used - perhaps use some of the Google Adsense urls and other keyword search websites - or perhaps even paid services - to get an idea of which keywords are the ones you want to target.
Regarding websites etc. - perhaps you could join some of those websites and forums and interact with them - and put your game info in your signature.
Basically from what I have understood - marketing a game - esp. one which took substantial time to make - is a job in itself. This is why game makers usually spend a significant percentage of their budget on advertising.