Weekly Crowdfunding Tips #1 – Blow Past Your Kickstarter Goal & More
The global crowdfunding industry has been growing rapidly every year. So much that it was predicted to surpass VC last year. We have been promoting thousands of crowdfunding campaigns over the years. It’s quite difficult to analyze this industry and what works when and how. If you have been following our Marketing Tips category, you’ll know that we have been trying to provide you with the best crowdfunding tips we can.
In addition, we want to take a step ahead now and make a series of curated crowdfunding tips from across the web. The primary reason for doing so is to help you understand the metrics of this industry more clearly. Also, this will enable you to grasp the most important factors you must consider for your campaign quickly and at a glance. Here are the best crowdfunding tips for this week. Take a look:
This crowdfunding podcast by Salvador Briggman features a guest who has been doing Kickstarter campaigns. After his previous failed campaign, he figured out the strategies for Kickstarter and relaunched again. This time, he did achieve what he desired. Listen to the podcast for all the tips now. Continue reading.
Art of the Kickstart described effective strategies on how to present your crowdfunding campaign page. It should be short and crisp enough to attract someone’s attention instantly. Read more to learn how.
Stretch goals are considered to be more palatable by backers as compared to a high initial funding goal. Learn how Wolfgang Baur used this strategy to fund his games not just once but ten times. Continue reading.
I found this post pretty useful for those who are considering a crowdfunding campaign as a stepping stone for their product. You can’t put down everything under your campaign. Dave Kellett, co-creator of Stripped, a documentary about cartooning, clearly explains what needs to be highlighted and why. Continue reading.
These are some of the best tips from a crowdfund insider you must consider before launching your campaign. It’s not an easy path but not super difficult either if you know the right method to follow. Continue reading.
“If you thought that the internet of things was a passing phase, think again: the CEO of Indiegogo said he believes it will be this year’s hottest category on the crowdfunding platform.” I need not say more. Continue reading.
Till we come back next week with our best crowdfunding tips series, share your thoughts or your experience on crowdfunding in the comments below. Oh and don’t forget to check our crowdfunding checklist. Is there some specific area you would like us to talk about?