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You already know how to win at crowdfunding, but now we’re going to cover the worst ways to kick-start your project. Our friends over at GeekDad get bombarded with requests from Kickstarters asking for coverage. They’ve learned a few things in the process and want to share their findings on how not to get funded:
It’s all about the video, but make sure your video gets the main point across: what the heck is your product? What does it do? How does it work? What will you do with my money? If I don’t understand, I’m not backing your project. Or blogging about it.
Really think: do you need that much money to fund your project? Can you bring your project to life with such little funding? Will people pledge to your project at that high of a reward level?
Read more about how not to kickstart your project over at WIRED’s GeekDad.blog comments powered by Disqus