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  1. #41
    Great tips but getting investors is probaly needed only for large scale projects?
    My first kickstarter campagn is live "Inflatable Cloud" air bag

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    Thanks for sharing

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    All great tips. Does anyone feel that having reward level bonuses increases the chances of success?

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    Curious, how does one engage the backer community of that platform from scratch? There's millions of accounts on the platform but how do you advertise to them?

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    GREAT post! Very useful.

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    I am doing an academical research on crowdfunding whose purpose is to better understand which are the factors that drive people to invest in crowdfunding and which are the factors that demotivate them from using it. The survey takes 5 minutes and it can be important to understand crowdfunding a bit better. I would be very thankful if you could fulfil it: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1F...rm?usp=sf_link

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    Definetly Email Your List is very crucial for a sucess in campaign , Its worth to do a good pre lauch of the product

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    Thanks for sharing! This is certainly a good read and a good sample path towards successful crowdfunding campaigns. Maybe yo know some web-sites, like The Gadget Flow, where we can promote our campaign - https://vascobags.com ?

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    It's still a really good list of tips for every crowdfunding campaign.
    I've just wanted to add several advices:
    - Offer great rewards. People should be really interesting in your project to share money with you.
    - Update your backers as your project progresses. Crowd psychology works!
    - Finally make changes based on feedback. Be attentive to the comments and questions, they could be useful.

    Good luck!

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    The answer to this question can be quite lengthy, so I am going to do my best to simplify it. To be successful with your crowdfunding campaign reverse-engineer it. Start with your desired goal, look at the average amount your campaign is designed around and calculate how large of a crowd you are going to need. Then bring the crowd into the conversation as early as possible (ideally long before launch but since you are already live, as soon as possible). The crowd makes the funding successful.

    Since you already launched a campaign that is not hitting the mark, I recommend terminating the active campaign to reboot and relaunch once you have done more prep work to identify and engage your core audiences before your next launch. Good luck!

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