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After failing - How I got fully funded in minutes

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by TheBasicGirl » Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:27 am

Thank you for sharing this! I just started my first Kickstarter yesterday and I am at about 30% funded. Another person who I know in my community had their kickstarter start at the same time and was funded before the end of the day. Not going to lie… I was a bit scared I may not make my goal but I have to remind myself that I still many days to go!

It's great reading up on how others like you learned from the first campaign to make the next one better. :)
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by Weichen Li » Mon Jan 29, 2018 2:03 pm

funded in a week, 2 days then in minutes.
What else could we get?
DTing - World's First Easy-Start Gesture Control Wristband
Our Indiegogo page: https://igg.me/at/dting
See website: http://www.dtingsmart.com
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by Dave M » Thu Feb 15, 2018 6:38 pm

for someone just getting started - thats a pretty comprehensive survival pack - thanks
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by founding » Fri Feb 16, 2018 1:51 pm

Mileneal wrote:
sergiom4 wrote:On my direnzo campaign, half of the backers come from the kickstarter search engine itself! Amazing!


Nice! I'm also planning a kickstarter campaign on watches. Though I must say what we have are somewhat different. I'm doing a quartz watch which is aiming on a more entry level watch that is more affordable. That said, I think your watches are of different target customers in some way. Nevertheless, an amazing design and content you have which I think is probably why 50% of your backers are from kickstarter's own search tab. :))


Oh, I'm doing watches, too! Though we are also in different segments I think -- I doing rather unique automatic watches. I find that all these watch kickstarters have a bunch of blog reviews, which is great for legitimacy, but do you actually get sales from these blogs?

Also, more generally, I wonder if it is better to spend money on Ads on a subscriber list, or on the campaign itself. From the experience of OP, seems to be the former -- got to build that funnel.
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