Michigan gets cold fast in November and as outdoor activities slow down, planning for next year comes into play. As I do my own planning for the remainder of this year and into the next, I can’t help being a little excited about the possibilities.
The power of the phenomenon that is Crowdfunding is worth taking a look at from a different perspective than your own. Maybe even from several different angles. Take a look at this cycle saloon for a moment.
Crowdfunding is on the rise, and Kickstarter is leading the pack. Not only is the trend increasing but, it I’ve noticed that the word “kickstart” has replaced some of the actual terms used when referring to other areas of crowdfunding.
Feeling the slump of a stalled campaign? Looking for some advice from an expert? Here are a few tips from successful Kickstarter campaign founders for you to chew on. - Build it and they will come is a myth.
When I wrote a post “How to Gamify your crowdfunding campaign like a boss.” I placed this strategy called The Leaderboard at #1 not because I think that it is the most popular marketing tactic or the most even the #1 thing to start with.
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