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  1. #21
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    This is great! Thank you for posting these!

  2. #22
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    If this is still active, there's also http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/.
    Hidden Content want YOU.

  3. #23
    The Online Investment Assurance Network Limited (The OIAN):

    http://theoian.com

    The OIAN offers a unique, member only access, to dividend share investment opportunities in satellite companies owned and operated by the incorporated company. The principals of our platform are based upon private sourced crowd funding, offering our members an exclusive, stable marketplace for our members while still allowing for free market trading, or in other words, allow members to freely buy and sell dividend shares setting the going rate base upon supply and demand of those shares.

    Our site is built to allow members the opportunity to become dividend owners in our satellite companies, thus earning a share of monthly profits in those companies. A members profit is determined through the total number of shares within each of the satellite companies. Accordingly, a memberís monthly share return is based upon the total number of shares held and individually by the share performance of the companies, as each company has different revenues dictating the dividend share performance.

    While the principal is not new; may large name investors have been partnering to acquire and profit through company acquisition and ownership for years, The OIAN has taken this concept and expanded the availability of this concept to average income earners, to finally partake in such ventures as a partner and engage in a stable, private equity marketplace created by The OIAN through crowdfunded dividend shares.

  4. #24
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    Crowdsifter.co is a NYC based platform for project owners to promote their existing crowdfunding campaigns and visuals, while also showing their support for other projects in the community. The site is accepting early signups now at http://crowdsifter.co, and you can follow it for general crowdfunding news and info on twitter at @crowdsifter.

  5. #25
    Thanks for all these sites, we are currently working on our Indiegogo campaign ourselves and learning new tips everyday, spreading the word , trying to build new connections !

    We also found theses sites : http://www.crowdfundingpr.org/category/blog/
    http://www.convinceandconvert.com/

    I've also read an article that explained that an Indiegogo campaign needs about 6 months of preparation before release is this true? Can any of you give me feedbacks thanks!


    Tedy
    Co-Founder at Campusgrids
    Thank you,
    The Campusgrids Team

  6. #26
    I would say that the 6 month estimate is on the low side. It also depends on a lot of variables, like your product itself will take a lot of time to properly design and dev (should be top notch), your video will take quite a bit of time to plan, shoot and edit, creating a decent website, creating your budget, sourcing suppliers and manufacturers (and getting estimates) and of course your marketing plan...there are a lot more things to consider, these are just off the top of my head.

    I would say a year would be a better average estimate and please dont under estimate how much time a good project takes, look at it like a second job, then you can see if u really can devote what is required to make a top notch campaign.

  7. #27
    Thanks alot , I agree with you a project should be released until it is ready! and can you give me strategies on how expanding the word online about our product ? And what are the best ways on building relationships with online users, like yourself :P thanks
    Thank you,
    The Campusgrids Team

  8. #28
    Hey Campusgrids, have a read through this: http://www.crowdfundfusion.com/planning#.UvJIrWJdX9o

    It outlines some best practices for planning a project from inception to release, within is some top notch info on how to plan your marketing campaign (which is really a plan within your plan). If you do have the time, you have it right, spend some time in planning and going over and over things. Sometimes you have to do things quick and dirty but if you have the choice, spend some time and do it right!
    This is our start-up: Hidden Content

    Where you can see ALL the projects from the top crowdfunding sites side by side, organized, categorized and easily browsed.

  9. #29
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    Have you seen the website www.CrowdfundingStraightTalk.com? I've listened to the audio that he has, and I'm currently reading the book. It has some very good information.

  10. #30
    Thanks guys, i will definitely take a look. If you guys want to check out what we are up to, here's our blog : campusgrids.blogspot.ca , you guys can even follow us on twitter.

    Any questions you have message us here or email us at : team@campusgrids.com

    Tedy
    Co-founder of Campusgrids

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