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by Kengenator » Mon May 22, 2017 4:14 pm

Hey guys, I launched my crowd funding campaign last week and i was hoping I could get some feedback. It is a bit of a strange one, as I want to be a streamer on Twitch.tv. So no real physical product at the end, except the show that I will have. I think the main problem I have is targeting the people that would be interested in something like this. There are only really 2 kinds of people I can think of that would support something like this. People who watch Twitch that want intelligent, entertaining content. And people who want to help people achieve their dreams.

I had my initial launch a few days ago and im up to 12%, my Twitter account is lackluster but I am trying to build up a few relationships with crowdfunding focused tweeters and I have a few blogspots to message about my project. Freinds are spreading on facebook but all the donations I have had have all been friends or family. More or less. Does anyone have any ideas about what I can be doing to try and reach more people? Or anyone have any suggestions that may make my project more attractive to invest into? Because, really, it's kind of a charity case. Im not sure if that is a pessimistic point of view, but I am new to all this! Thank you for any help, I have tried really hard to make the page look as good as it can and spread the word. If it fails I have no idea what I am going to do so I really very much want this to work! Again, thank you for your help.

Regards,

Mark 'Kengenator'

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by hyperstarter » Tue May 23, 2017 12:03 am

Cool but the thing is you're dealing with small amounts (Saw you're upto £195). It's not really charity, but you're not really offering anything substantial back which is always going to limit your backers.
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