I first heard Dwight Peters of http://backershub.com/
On the hugely popular podcast show by Pat Flynnhttp://www.smartpassiveincome.com/broke ... ht-peters/
I was inspired by his story and so I reached out to him and he was gracious enough to give me some FREE crowdfunding advice. We’ve communicated back and forth several times. Because he took the time to answer my questions, whenever I get an email from Backer’s Hub regarding a project,
I check it out and I’ve donated thus far to one project referred by Backer’s hub and it was FUNDED!https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/st ... collection
I’m sorry that Dwight hasn’t gotten back to kickstarted2014 because he seems to run a very reputable company.
Re: Mad Monster, I agree I don’t like having to register or sign up, but I took a chance and did it with backer’s hub and that’s how I got Dwight’s email address.
My thoughts on Backer’s hub or any promotion site like this great one right here, is that if you have a marketing budget it can’t hurt to test the waters.
But ultimately, the success of any crowdfunding campaign is linked to the amount of work you put into marketing your campaign before, during and after you launch. So, the more hands on deck helping with marketing, the better.