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Thursday, June 20, 2013

HACKING KICKSTARTER, INDIEGOGO: How to Raise Big Bucks in 30 Days Review

Product Description
This is an ebook, released May 14, 2013. Each blogger will receive a PERSONAL, INDIVIDUAL CODE to download the book from iTunes or Smashwords.  



FACT: Over 65% of crowd funding projects fail. Why? Top 5 Reason's For Failure:

1) Campaign Missing Key Elements
2) Launched Before Gathering Their Tribe
3) Expected That if They Build It, They Will Come
4) Poor Advertising/Social Media Strategy
5) Lack of Partners

Hacking Kickstarter, Indiegogo (or any other crowd-funding site) How to Raise Big Bucks in 30 Days
walks you step by step into the process of creating, launching and wrapping your project. 


- How Curated Communities can give you added exposure

- How to get featured in Kickstarter and Indiegogo's newsletters (solid gold)

- How to grab funders attention the moment they land on your page

- How to generate traffic to your project

- How to easily find and target bloggers and journalist who want to publicize your project

- and much more!

Tried and true tactics, tips and secrets that work.

Patrice did an excellent job detailing every aspect in raising a good sum of money in just 30 days. This ebook is quick and easy.  Before reading this, I never thought to create a mailing list at least six months prior to launch.  She suggests getting a personal link for your kickstarter project. Also, videos are crucial and she explains how to do that via youtube, vimeo, facebook, twitter, ect. Creating a media list is very helpful and she suggests some free sites. I honestly never heard of Muck Rack, a way to pitch your release to journalists. A sample press release is included and a sample email pitch. Patrice also, mentions at least 10 places to promote your campaign. I recommend this ebook before launching your campaign, you'll be surprised about things you didn't think of before.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.