Does the Qubits crowdfunding campaign have what it takes to achieve the $9,000 fundraising goal or more? It’s a great consumer product with a large market and reality TV backstory. But is this enough for success?
Articles by Erick Mott
Since the JOBS Act was signed into law in April 2012, crowdfunding campaigns and platforms have been growing like wildflowers. There are many choices for campaign teams but also some uncertainties with pending S.E.C. rules.
Crowdfunding sites like CircleUp, Indiegogo and Kickstarter are a form of social media geared toward fundraising. Email and social working together is the best way to convince more people to fund your campaign.
Being thankful comes naturally when you’re sincere and proactive. Weaving in good humor will help yield great crowdfunding results... but it can be difficult to pull off if you’re not a comedian.
You have an idea and want to bring it to market; fast! Crowdfunding is a proven way to raise capital and go-to-market at the same time. But, don’t launch a crowdfunding campaign without a clear strategy and agile plan including three key components.
Crowdfunding campaigns with video are more likely to attract and raise funds than campaigns without video. People are conditioned to respond to television commercials and stories they can relate to emotionally and from a multimedia perspective.
Before starting your crowdfunding campaign, be very clear about the purpose and what will resonate with many people. A clear, meaningful purpose will also help you overcome inevitable challenges along the way. SEW talked to Shark Tank Winner Tiffany Krumins about
Ready to give crowdfunding a go? Great, the world needs more creators taking action rather than just talking about ideas. But crowdfunding is not for the faint of heart. Follow these tips to increase your odds of success.