Why you need to pay attention to crowdfunding

Endorsement from Gini Dietrich, founder and CEO of Arment Dietrich/Spin SucksDid you know only 36% of all Kickstarter campaigns are funded? It’s true what they say about it taking a village, and you’ll need one to get fully funded. That’s why marketing and PR funds are often needed to hire the right team to help. Founders who realize this will include a budget specifically for consultants or agencies to help, and that’s where there may be an opportunity for public relations practitioners.
Crowdfunding is huge buzzword right now. What does it mean? What are the differences between platforms like Kickstarter, Indiegogo, GoFundMe and others? To learn more read my latest guest post on Spin Sucks – Why PR Professionals Need to Pay Attention to Crowdfunding – and sign up for my FREE crowdfunding webinar series!
In the series of three webinars, you will discover…

  • Why you need to pay attention to crowdfunding, how it works, and the unexpected opportunities it brings to almost every niche—from small businesses, to artists, authors, screenwriters, educators and more.
  • A recipe for success based on proven results from other campaigns, with ideas and concepts you can use for your own campaign + learn the common mistakes that prevent many campaigns from being funded.
  • What your future could look like after a successfully funded crowdfunding campaign, with testimonials and commentary from people just like you who’ve been through it and are now reaping the rewards for their business.

This webinar series is coming up on October 5, 6 and 7, 2016. Get on the list now!

Claim your spot NOW!

The A to Z Blueprint For Planning, Building and Launching a CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN That Will Flood Your Project With Fans and Backers

Hope to see you at the webinar! If you can’t attend, please register anyway and I’ll share a recording of my webinar with you. Any questions about the webinar? Be sure to leave them in the comments.

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