What is Kickstarter?
Hacking KickStarter, Indeigogo
This was a quick and easy to read guide to help you start off on a good foot. The author first talks about building your fan base and excitement before you start the 30 day Kickstarter with examples and links for websites, newsletters, social site advice, and more. While the author gives examples, links, and suggestions, one thing I really liked was that she gave ideas to do things for FREE and the same things with a cost. Some people may have money to put into this, but I think every Kickstarter is looking to do as much as they can while saving as much as they can. The author also gives you tips on whom to help you spread the word, media websites, bloggers, where to link up with others to give support, and pitches. I found she really laid everything out in an easy to organize fashion. With a little organization, media setups, and follow through, you can have a successful Kickstarter.
I was involved in a Kickstarter just last month and I am thrilled to say that they not only met their goal early but went over the goal amount. You can read that kickstarter here, and see their Kickstarter Video in the upper left corner. One of the things Patrice Williams Mark says is to make a great video and humor is always a plus. I personally loved the video they made and you got to really see the guys personality and passion for what they were doing. They did almost everything recommended in the book and I am glad that they made their goals!
If you are looking to do a Kickstarter Campaign I highly recommend getting this ebook to help you organize, get started, and finish strong within the 30 days. Not only does it help you succeeded but build a fan base of real fans, which is who you want supporting you on this journey.
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