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9 Launch Hacks From The Most Successful Board Game Launches on Kickstarter

In 2018, the total raised by successful board game Kickstarter campaigns on Kickstarter was $165 million. This number is also an all-time high for the Kickstarter platform.  3,301 successful campaigns (up 9% from 2017 numbers) raised average funding of ~$70K. Tt’s safe to say that Kickstarter is fast-becoming the go-to arena to launch a tabletop …

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How To Launch A $100K Campaign

Are you looking to launch a project and need over $100K in funding? The dire statistic is that only about 3,7% of projects have raised over $100K. Beyond that, even less than 1% of projects amass over $1M in funding. How do you raise money with crowdfunding? What separates these campaigns from the other 99%? …

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11 Reasons Why Crowdfunding Is The Best Way To Launch Your New Product

A lot of people see negative press about crowdfunding and are hesitant to use it to launch their idea. However, as of 2015, crowdfunding has helped entrepreneurs raise over $34.4 billion (yes, billion, check out Massolution’s 2015 report). It’s helped tens of thousands of entrepreneurs bring their ideas to life, launch their business and live …

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Pre-Launch 101: Creating a List of Super Engaged Backers Before You Launch

The number one myth for crowdfunding is that if you launch on crowdfunding, people will immediately come to your campaign and you will get millions of dollars. Again, that’s a myth. In truth, crowdfunding platforms are multipliers: they build on the work you’ve put in and the crowd you’ve built for yourself. You can’t expect …

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Why you should use Kickstarter and Indiegogo (even with their fees)

You can absolutely crowdfund without giving a percentage to an online organizer. But honestly, I wouldn’t recommend it. Why? Let’s go through the details. Platforms like Indiegogo or Kickstarter, for example, charge what is essentially a “service fee” for using their platform to raise funds for your project. The best way to forego this “service …

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