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  1. #21
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    1. Find Influences in Your Niche
    2. Snowball Fast with Media Support
    3. Work With a Strong Marketing and PR Company
    4. Start Early
    5. Create a Video
    6. Connect With Bloggers Who Reach Your Audience
    7. Launch An Event
    8. Find Social Media Influencers

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbelov275 View Post
    You need to make use of blogs, social medias and any good site developer to help with social marketing and advertisement.
    Absolutely agree

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    In my campaign I've found that using social goals has helped. We have encouraged people to share the project to help us gain more likes on FB and Twitter and released rewards based on these. i.e 700 likes on our FB page etc.

    Have a look at our campaign and look for the social stretch goals: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...ll-moon-jacket

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    Quote Originally Posted by strangelygames View Post
    In my campaign I've found that using social goals has helped. We have encouraged people to share the project to help us gain more likes on FB and Twitter and released rewards based on these. i.e 700 likes on our FB page etc.

    Have a look at our campaign and look for the social stretch goals: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...ll-moon-jacket
    cool looking card game. love Full Metal Jacket too.

  5. #25
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    Good ideas

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    Facebook Ads, Social Media.

  7. #27
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    Referral contests work well to motivate people to share your campaign. Recognize your backers who send people your way or share your information on social media.

  8. #28
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    Facebook Ads
    Instagram
    PR / Media
    Forums / Communities related to your project
    Friends / Family
    Being an active member of the crowdfunding community
    Supporting others

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    Quote Originally Posted by pro_larsen View Post
    Hi!
    My tips are easy. But the key is to realize them properly. So they are:
    - Reach out to your personal network. Don't forget about your family. Before you start your campaign, reach out to your friends.
    - Make an engaging video. Tell a good story. Video gets watched and people know if they are going to support the project or not in the first minute or so. And there are more opportunities that people will believe you.
    - Make sure your rewards are easy to understand.
    - Create a Helpful Media Page. Use the social media sources and press releases. One trend we have seen is that press releases will drive some of the best traffic to your campaign.
    - Communicate 24/7.
    Stay inspired and active!
    really good advice, thanks for sharing

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Timityt View Post
    #1. Have a solid plan.
    The "field of dreams" approach doesn't work for crowdfunding, according to Indiegogo co-founder Danae Ringelmann. "You can't launch a campaign, go on autopilot and expect money to come rolling in," she says
    #2. Solicit prelaunch support. It's a rookie mistake to wait until a crowdfunding campaign goes live before reaching out to prospective backers. "To reach the funding target, the first 30 percent of funds needs to be committed before the campaign goes live," Swart says.
    #3. Make it personal.
    "People fund people, not just ideas," Ringelmann says. Successful campaigns feature videos that introduce entrepreneurs and capture their passion, as well as offer cool perks that allow backers to engage with the product.
    #4. Respond to feedback.
    Engaged backers offer more than just cash--they are "a critical resource for the entrepreneur, not just for the funds they are donating to the project but for the ideas they are sharing," according to Dan Marom, co-author of The Crowdfunding Revolution.
    I hope this will help you!
    Thanks for your answer

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