- 9 months ago
Specialize like doing crowd funding only, don't try to be master of everything.
Crowd funding best with tangible products.
One out of three projects get approved by Kickstarter.
Create a helpful piece of information for the audience that would be ideal for your product. (you want to create a fellowship with your possible customers)
Approach blogs that have your audience and ask them to publish your article that will help their audience. Create articles that are similar to their most successful articles. This is called drafting.
Create 2 or 3 articles to different blogs that could use your future product.
Create a landing page for your future product. Show the problems of present products that are out there.
Go to small blogs of 10,000 viewers and go to 10 or 20 of them.
Allow at least 2 weeks prep time before launching Kickstarter.
Two numbers you need to know, one the number of buyers you will need to reach your set number 20K etc. and you can produce the product for