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    Our campaign raised $30,000 raised in 48 hours: How did we do it?

    Hi All!

    We wanted to share with you our latest campaign, Bluejay, the world's first smart mount for your car and also a bit about how we have reached almost half our goal in just 48 hours!

    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/30000...e-do-maja-voje

    best,
    Bluejay

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    Well done. You've given some excellent advice to anyone starting on the path of Crowdfunding.

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    This post has been moved to the CrowdFunding Project Manager Tips, Advice, Strategies, etc section.

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    Thank you for this one. Nice read and nice project.

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    Yes, thank you for sharing this success story and good advice!

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    excellent tips

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    Thanks for sharing. This is certainly a good read and a good sample path towards successful crowdfunding campaigns. Thanks again.

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    I think one reason that this campaign was successful because of the project itself was very interesting.

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    Thank you for sharing! Hope my KickStarter project works as well

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    Really liked your LinkedIn post, especially your salutation - 'Hey LinkedIn hustlers!" lol

    Several comments and questions:

    1. Was your prototype really vetted?

    2. Did production snags have anything to due with the campaign being canceled? I'm not buying the story that car 'innovations' were improving so fast that your product might be obsolete.

    3. What was your actual marketing budget?

    4. You met your funding goal, so KS would disburse funding. Good for you for refunding pledges rather than keeping the project going.

    5. Any new projects lately? If not you might be interested in going in with me on my new campaign - it's a minimalist phone charging 'cable' called the Clip Cable, a similar, but much improved version of a campaign called the InCharge cable which generated $491,000. Here's theirs: http://bit.ly/2qqdkAD , and here's mine: http://bit.ly/2qUqtoJ

    If so send an email to: bushventure44@gmail.com

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