New companies often launch crowdfunding campaigns, and their most significant question is how they can raise money more quickly. It’s all the more challenging to figure out how to make money if the fundraiser happens to be on a platform that only lets a company keep their funds if they reach a specific fundraising goal. […]
Crowdfunding allows business owners for culture, artistic, and for-profit ventures to fund their efforts by receiving contributions from a variety of individuals either found on the internet or local communities. For crowdfunding to work for a company, it’s vital to implement positive crowdfunding that correlates to the type of project. If a lot of work […]
Crowd funding has now become all the rage. The problem with that is that the competition is now fiercer than ever. Want to get your first novel idea funded? Check out these plans of action to get ahead of the game when it comes to crowd funding.
Crowd funding is now all the rage. With a great idea, a carefully crafted crowd funding page and the right people behind you, your idea could become the next Facebook, Twitter or Oculus Rift. Or maybe you want to write a book, start an accounting business or develop a wine glass that actually lifts the wine to your lips instead of you having to lift it yourself. Sound crazy? It won’t sound crazy once you dive headfirst into the world of crowd funding…
The phenomenon known as crowd funding is still going strong. Many people have seen their ideas come to life using popular sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Yet for every successfully crowd funded project, there are a dozen or more projects that never get the funding they need and thus the final products never get to see the light of day. To increase your odds of succeeding at crowd funding, you must make the process fun and enjoyable. Check out our blog for various ways to enjoy crowd funding the next time you have a great idea that you want to make a reality.