Posted on: 19 August 2014
Once you’ve decided that crowdfunding is the best way for your business to raise funds and achieve its ambitions, you’ll be searching for places to help you make sure your campaign is the best it can be.
As part of our guide, we’ve identified nine of the best online resources for launching a successful crowdfunding project.
|Understand what crowdfunding is||What is crowdfunding from TrillionFund|
|Know the process||Working The Crowd from Nesta|
|Produce a specific and accurate business plan and marketing plan||Why business plans are invaluable to crowdfunding campaigns from Crowdclan|
|Pick the right investors and give them reasons to invest||Inspiring investment from Crowdcube|
|Tell a good story well||7 Strategies for launching a successful crowdfunding campaign from Fundable|
|Produce a compelling pitch||Creating a successful pitch from Crowdcube|
|Create a powerful video||Five steps to a great equity crowdfunding videofrom Seedrs|
|Secure the first 30% of your funding target||The 30% magic rule from Crowdfund UK|
|Offer the right rewards||Creating rewards from Kickstarter|
|Get some supporters to pledge their money as soon as your campaign goes live to validate it||Seven steps to crowdfunding success fromCrowdfunder|
|Communicate with investors before, during and after the campaign||After your campaign from Indiegogo|
View our full Crowdfunding guide or browse through the content below to learn more.
- Everything small business owners need to know about crowdfunding
- What is crowdfunding?
- Size of the crowdfunding market
- How is crowdfunding different to other ways of accessing funds?
- Advantages and disadvantages of crowdfunding
- What are crowdfunding platforms?
- What are the risks of crowdfunding?
- 5 signs you're not ready for crowdfunding
- How to make crowdfunding work for your business (you are here)
Download the full crowdfunding guide here (click image below)
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