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by kosantravel » Mon Oct 02, 2017 5:19 am

Hi everyone!

I am preparing to launch my first Kickstarter campaign this November, and am trying to come up with as many ways as possible to get my message out there.

One of the things I am trying is an affiliate strategy. Is this something any of you have used with any success? Do you have any tips for a complete beginner?

Thanks!
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by hyperstarter » Mon Oct 02, 2017 6:48 pm

Hi Karyna,

I saw you gave some good advice to others with campaigns, so this affiliate strategy is a good idea. It sounds a bit like what Kickbooster does, so you might want to give them a check out (and mention Hyperstarter as the referrer :) )

I think you should approach running a competition. So in exchange for them winning your product, how about they do something for you - like tweet to their social network, add their email address or share your link. I did a write up for the prelaunch stage at:
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-collect-100000-emails-launch-successful-campaign-giles-dawe

Let me know if can help further.

kosantravel wrote:Hi everyone!

I am preparing to launch my first Kickstarter campaign this November, and am trying to come up with as many ways as possible to get my message out there.

One of the things I am trying is an affiliate strategy. Is this something any of you have used with any success? Do you have any tips for a complete beginner?

Thanks!
Karyna
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by BASEbelt Founder » Mon Oct 02, 2017 9:56 pm

It all depends on the type of product you bring out to market. In general target websites that have large followers that like to buy similar types of products in a category your product falls in and advertise with them on their newsletter.
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by idlenight » Fri Oct 06, 2017 7:13 pm

Kickbooster looks interesting. Would love to hear if anyone else has experience using them. I'm just not sure if ordinary people will care that much about a commission to promote your campaign. Maybe it would incentivize bloggers and other small media though.
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by Luke Francis » Sat Oct 07, 2017 8:09 am

idlenight wrote:Kickbooster looks interesting. Would love to hear if anyone else has experience using them. I'm just not sure if ordinary people will care that much about a commission to promote your campaign. Maybe it would incentivize bloggers and other small media though.


I have to agree. If the product aligns with the audience of a particular influencer (blogger, youtuber, instagrammer, etc.) then it makes a ton of sense to run an affiliate approach. Especially if they clearly see the value for their audience.

Other than that you're going to have a hard time getting normal backers amped about sharing to their 100 friends and 1 might buy. I've run a few different Indiegogo and Kickstarter campaigns trying to work an affiliate approach but it just doesn't work for anyone with a smaller audience. They already know they can't get that many sales. So they don't put in the work.
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