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    Top Ten Tips For Crowdfunding

    How do you build a successful crowdfunding campaign?

    We’ve pulled together the top tips for getting your pitch noticed and reaching your funding goal.

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    Senior Member
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    Sep 2016
    I think it'd be better if you listed them in chronological order. Good effort though!

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    I'll keep this in mind

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    Thank for sharing this. However, do you have any article about how investors could find a good company to invest it.

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    Thanks for the comment, we don't at the minute but that could be a great feature to cover in the future.

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    Hey Everyone

    We have just launched our campaign and would love any tips at all for getting the word out.

    Our company is Game Loot Network and we are using Title II Reg CF funding.

    If you want to take a look, here is the link.

    Thank you in advance for any assistance or input.


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    all tips and hints are gratefully received, i have dipped my toe in to see what its like and learn the process...............first thing to learn is that you get inundated with emails all offering you the same thing if you hand over wads of cash with no promise of success, i am guessing that with a bit of patience and research you can do most of it yourself

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    For peoples from "less" known countries is hard to share it in social media for targeting a project to specified users. In my country there are a sites similar to kickstarter but they are not quite known as kickstarter or indiegogo. The point is to asks a donators for help in spreading your projects in social medias. I've created my first crowdfunding project and this is my main problem...

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    Action Figure Producer Pangaea Toy's Avatar
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    Hong Kong
    Really appreciate all this!!!

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    The global crowdfunding industry grew by 167% to reach $16.2 billion in 2014, up from $6.1 billion in 2013. The industry then raised more than double once again the following year in 2015, reaching an estimated $34.4 billion. North America took the lead position in the global crowdfunding space, growing 145% and raising a total of $9.46 billion in 2014. Business and entrepreneurship were the most popular crowdfunding category, collecting $6.7 billion in 2014, according to Massolution. Although the numbers for 2016 are still being analyzed, the numbers have continued to trend upwards and we are excited to see where 2017 will take us!

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