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by David » Sat Aug 06, 2016 6:00 am

I have had really good experience with kickstarter keep it up guys
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by hesallboy » Fri Aug 12, 2016 2:47 am

I have loved my experience so far. Only on day 3. One question I have is how many of you use 3rd party social media marketing? I get so many emails and I am not sure if any are worth it?

Would love for you to check my Kickstarter campaign out: Where does the fox fart?
http://kck.st/2aR08w0

All advice welcome.
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by edgesignature » Sat Aug 13, 2016 3:56 am

I will say positive so far with my Rounded Edge Tie Project. The platform is great and user friendly. For Negative, I have not seen one yet with my Project (Project only 10 days old).

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/20 ... d-edge-tie
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by Guitar.Graphics » Thu Aug 18, 2016 12:44 am

I have to say that as a multimedia designer I thought it would be a little easier to figure out the best methods for getting a campaign funded. With my understanding of how the internet works and what causes a page or profile to gain strength is just something I thought I knew but honestly, this is a whole different animal. I am just a few days into my first campaign and I can already tell this is going to be rough.

What I am learning

- I am learning that it really doesn't matter if you can get your campaign out to thousands of people. The key is to find the right people that are not only interested in your product, in addition to getting them excited about being a part of it.

Kyle Sanders
Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ts ... om-guitars
Website: http://Guitar.Graphics
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by Kari-anne » Mon Aug 29, 2016 12:12 pm

:?: I started a campaign a few days ago to raise funds for cancer treatment for my mom who cannot have chemo / radiation due to previous cancer treatment. I found raising the first $100 very difficult, barely any family were able to donate and the most donations came from people, who at some point in the past, have been positively affected by my mother.
We have been stuck on $115 the last few days and even though there are many views I am a little disheartened. Sooo I am now researching how to reach more people.
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by Marcel86 » Wed Aug 31, 2016 5:39 am

After 40 days and 18 days to go, I have a positive verdict when it comes to Kickstarter. My project (a Point & Click Adventure) is at 119% so far. There are a few things I've learned:

1. Set a realistic funding goal: You can make 500 - 1000 EUR with a nice indie game, but you will hardly reach 30.000 EUR. Most games don't even sell that money during their whole lifespan. I set the goal to 420 EUR to compensate only my development costs, which worked out very good so far.

2. Make not just Advertising but get participate in the communities of your game. You will meet a lot of awesome people who are passionate like you.

3. Stay honest to your backers! They invest money in you, so they deserve to be treatened with respect and honesty.

4. Forget about campaigns to collect money for personal consuming. Things like: Give me 1000 EUR for a bigger TV don't work. People expect you to create something with their funds and to get something back from it.
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by PegasusWatches » Wed Aug 31, 2016 9:35 pm

In my opinion kickstarter is an amazing costumers if you want your idea come true
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by thomazio92 » Tue Sep 06, 2016 3:59 am

Ickleon wrote:This is my 4th day since the campaign start. its so frustating that we only get around 13k / 68k CAD.

so my answer to these question will :
- Have you learned any new skills (marketing/social media)?
Yes I Have !

- Have you gotten any backers you don't know?
A plenty

- What has been frustrating?
the traffic is too low. Only about 3500 click. How can i increase the traffic ?

- How did you motivate yourself daily?
I Dont... LOL

- Are you planning on starting a business if your Kickstarter goes well?
Perhaps

- What tools or websites do you recommend (others than this one haha)?
Well... i would like to try krowdster.co, anyone have any experience with them ?

You can see my project : bit.ly/wftosks



Hey man. Just came across your post and just saw ur awesome kickstarter campaign. I only got one question. How did you overcome your problem ? How did you manage to pull traffic to your kickstarter ? Need some advice from a pro :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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by Tiffany » Wed Sep 07, 2016 8:58 am

It is the 5th day of my campaign. We had a good start, there are 3 backers so far! It is really exciting. But I still want to find other ways to promote this campaign. I do receive many ad messages, I don't really think it is helpful. Anyway, hope the campaign will meet the goal in the end! ;)
My campaign on Kickstarter:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/715751634/worlds-only-cloud-digital-signage-system-with-hdmi
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by mark » Wed Sep 21, 2016 7:02 am

So far it is good. But it needs more ways to promote the campaign.

Hopefully we would reach the goal! :)
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We've just launched a kickstarter campaign for our luxurious, lightweight, durable, SUPER SOFT blankets perfect for indoor & outdoor usage!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/84 ... t-for-home
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