Preparing a detailed crowdfunding outline will not only help you organize your thoughts, but evaluate and fine tune them. It will help you keep track of your ideas, acting as your blueprint for a perfect crowdfunding campaign.
Without a proper outline for a crowdfunding project, one can become overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information that requires your attention. So with that said; can you write answers to the following questions? Continue reading
Richard knows what crowdfunding can and cannot do, and has the experience and connections to bring your project to full potential. He’ll help you explore the opportunities you’re missing and get you on top of the brand interactivity game. Continue reading
Leonie Erasmus assisted with Mama Marikana’s successful Thundafund campaign and heads up this advice for you on the 3 S’s to help your campaign!
Brilliant idea – nailed it.
Thorough research – did it.
Funding model – found it.
From planning to production and execution, there are several factors to consider if you are thinking about using a crowdfunding model to finance a business, product, project, service or event.
Following are several questions to ask yourself before turning to crowdfunding as a source of startup capital – think long and hard on all before taking the plunge.
“It’s not about the money”. This overused line serves as a “trump” card when illustrating unadulterated passion in the face of conflict. It’s also kind of the truth when it comes to a growing primary use case for crowdfunding — marketing.
Marketing as the primary reason for crowdfunding is gaining considerable traction with celebrities, fortune 500 companies, and venture-backed startups alike: those who can’t even pretend to be in financial binds worthy of public contribution.
Celebrities like James Franco, Neil Young, Shaq, Kristen Bell and Zach Braff have each tried their hands at crowdfunding. Pair these Hollywood millionaires with major brands like Dodge, Honda, Kimberly-Clark, DC Entertainment, Phillips, Microsoft, and Coke, and it becomes obvious that marketing isn’t just a side-effect of crowdfunding.
Here are 4 ways brands use crowdfunding to kick-ass at marketing.
With the ever increasing amount of noise on the internet it can be hard to get noticed. Crowdfunding for a project or cause can be a very rewarding process if you include the essential ingredients to success.
The FundRazr Coaching Team created this infographic on how to get your crowdfunding campaign noticed, this includes tips on activating your community and how to generate buzz for your campaign.
Share it, pin it, print it, but whatever you do … use it.
Via FundRazr Blog.