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  1. #11
    Sorry for your dad. And thanks for the posts above..useful!

  2. #12
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    I just submitted my campaign, but it doesn't appear on the homepage. http://igg.me/at/wmuho/x/12783463

  3. #13
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    Hello, I would like to present my DIY project, that I would like "one day" to become a real crowdfunding campaign. https://www.facebook.com/bauhauswerkstraps/?fref=ts
    So I would really like to hear your opinion. Is this something worth posting on Kickstarter or wherever?

    P.S. If you like it, please like&share the page. If not, you can delete the post. Anyway sorry for bothering you. Cheers!

  4. #14
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    I thought this group would enjoy this article about how owning a Tamagotchi is identical to running a crowdfunding campaign.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elleva...b_9149758.html

  5. #15
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    You can always do the basics, facebook, twitter, instagram, etc. Also some bloggers will be willing to post your campaign on their blogs, so try emailing bloggers maybe?

  6. #16
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    Ive tried sharing mine too, it very difficult when i have very little connection on social media, the only thing i have is facebook with about 20 friends https://www.gofundme.com/crn6s3t8

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan Irons View Post
    There are dozens of crowdfunding related groups in Facebook, LinkedIn, etc, so you can always post there. A better option however is to post in groups and forums, related to what your campaign is for.
    Right. It is better to share your project in groups, fanpages, forums of the same field of your campaign. Don't post everywhere your project: it will be only an annoying form of spam.

  8. #18
    I am a big fan of boosted posts through Facebook. You can set your own budget starting at $100.

  9. #19
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    Online investing, equity crowdfunding, business finance : Crowdcube in the UK is very good. I have also heard from lots of entrepreneurs that Companisto | Crowdfunding and Equity-based Crowdfunding for Start-ups in Germany is very good.

  10. #20
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    If you are not doing a incentive based campaign then use Gofundme. User friendly. Social media friendly. Many things built into the back end for offline posters to help you with local fundraising.

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