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.
Just like many of your out there I actually enjoy researching just about everything to see how it works and to better understand how I can possibly apply what I figured out to make my life easier. It’s what puts us apart as innovators in success. This is one of the reasons I find crowd funding so interesting. Check out this detailed interview with Indiegogo’s SEO, Slava Rubin, and get a head start constructing an effective crowd funding campaign.
Before the advent of the phenomenon we now know as crowd funding, business owners used to have to beg bank lenders and Angel investors if they hoped to get the funding they needed; provided that they didn’t get the funding they needed from friends and family. These days and thanks to a better worldwide understanding of crowd funding, business owners everywhere have a better and oftentimes more lucrative means of getting the funding they desperately need.
Every startup needs to raise capital to get started but taking out a loan or applying for a grant is not always the ideal avenue. By taking a different route, such as crowd funding, it gives you the ability to reach out to more potential clients as well as cutting out the requirements from lenders and corporate investors. Can you share what has worked for you in the past?
One of the biggest obstacles to starting a new business venture is the funding aspect of it all. If you don’t have at least some amount of money, you’re not going to get very far and your dreams of success will melt away, forever to remain an impossibility. For those future business owners who won’t […]