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Ten Things You Must Do During Your Crowdfunding Campaign

ten things you must do during your crowdfunding campaign

Following on from my post detailing ten things you must do before you launch your crowdfunding campaign, this post is going to concentrate on those essentials to do during the campaign with some tips on what to expect too. Your

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Ten Things To Do Before You Launch Your Crowdfunding Campaign

Crowdfunding is becoming an increasingly popular method to raise finance for creative business projects. Of course, it has other advantages too – from testing the market, growing brand awareness and gaining free press coverage. The key to success is often

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Why You Should Crowdfund for your Self Published Book

It was 7th June 2013 when I decided to look into crowdfunding for my planned self published book. My crowdfunding campaign ended successfully on 20th  August 2013. I held my first book in my hands on 29th November 2013. As

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Pros and Cons of Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding has plenty of disadvantages and advantages. It is very easy to think of it as the perfect way to get capital for a new creative or community project but  it requires a good concept, adequate preparation, an existing and

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Crowdfunding Campaigns: It’s All In The Reward

One important part of the preparation when creating your crowdfunding project is to decide on the rewards.  Offering rewards in excess of €100 will really boost your total when pledgers pledge for them.  You also need to have pledges at

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Interview with Eat Like A Girl – Crowdfunding Success

Niamh’s crowdfunding project started about a fortnight before mine ended and I was immediately interested in it, partly because I’ve read Niamh’s Eat Like A Girl blog on occasion and love bacon, partly because it is on Kickstarter and I

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How to Ensure your Crowdfunding Campaign is a Success

How To Run a Crowdfunding Campaign Successfully

I’m delighted to report that my crowdfunding project was a success. It really came together during the last couple of days with a huge surge of pledges, bringing it from under €4,000 to the goal of €6,000. It reached the

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What I’m Learning About Crowdfunding – Week 4 of 5

'Would You Marry A Farmer?' Crowdfunding Project

If you are planning a crowdfunding project, I hope you find this series of posts interesting and informative as I share my experiences from my first and current project. I am currently writing a book ‘Would You Marry A Farmer?’

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What I’ve Learnt About Crowdfunding – Week 3

National PR for Crowdfunding Project

My crowdfunding project has been running for 3 weeks now with 2 weeks to go. It is on the Irish crowdfunding website FundIt which operates an ‘all or nothing’ principle which means that if a person’s target is not achieved,

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What I Am Learning About Crowdfunding – Week 1

Crowdfunding - Tips for running a crowdfunding project

I decided to bite the bullet and launch my own crowdfunding campaign on Fundit. I’ve been writing a  book (that will be funny yet contain gritty realism) about farming for some time and although the feedback has been great and lots

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