In spite of crowdfunding gaining momentum over the years, it is still surprising to have nearly 60% of all Kickstarter campaigns not reaching their goals. There are varied reasons for the campaigns being unsuccessful, one of them being the way they are presented. The Kickstarter page carries a lot of importance for any crowdfunding campaign which loses its attention if not presented well. That’s where Hyperstarter comes in place. This is a free tool which has been specifically designed to identify the problems with your Kickstarter page. Sounds like a savior, isn’t it?

Hyperstarter is a Free Tool That Identifies Problems With Your Kickstarter

Identify Campaign Errors Like a Pro

Hyperstarter has been developed by a group of four individuals (Giles Dawe, Anna Schwartz, Scofield Yuen and Nisha Tejwani) in order to help Kickstarter campaigns present their projects in a better way. Not only this, it will also help you promote your project, find backers and influencers in your niche. The process is pretty simple – You just have to enter your campaign page URL and get free instant analysis with actionable tips on how you can improve your campaign. The site has a responsive design so that you can easily check it from all your devices at any time. From analysing the title to the overall content, Hyperstarter will give you a score on 10 to analyze your project presentation as well as provide tips on how to improve it at the same time.

Hyperstarter is a Free Tool That Identifies Problems With Your Kickstarter

Better Crowdfunding Promotion and Outreach

To add to this, the platform will also provide you with increased social media outreach, project reviews and more by taking a small additional fee starting from $30. In fact, they have been generous to The Gadget Flow users by providing an exclusive first-look link on Finding Crowdfunding Influencers (check here).

With positive feedback on their beta version from crowdfunding giants such as National Crowdfunding Association of Canada, Backercamp, Backerclub and Krowdster, Hyperstarter is now set to start their journey from March 29, 2016. Let’s hope their platform comes to good use for you and your crowdfunding campaign. Time to increase the success rates in Kickstarter crowdfunding from here on!

Meet Ashley Timms

Ashley Timms is the Editor in Chief at Gadget Flow where she gets to write about the most incredible products in the world. When she’s not writing, she’s producing fine art dog photography.