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Getting your crowdfunding project out to a wider audience will often mean you need to contact media. Find out how to do it right.
A lot of people have been asking me why their crowdfunding project isn’t succeeding. This post shares a few ideas that might help you along.
The Essentials Of Crowdfunding is a presentation I’ve given a few times – and will likely give again and again. People were literally begging me to put it online, so in December 2015, that’s exactly what I did. You can view it now.
Thinking of crowdfunding? For a limited time I’m offering free chats with me. But get in quick, once they’re gone, they’re gone.
Four experts in equity crowdfunding reflect on the first year in New Zealand, and what it takes to succeed.
I’ve been identified! Rachel Goodchild of Identify Consulting is a huge believer in people working in what they are best at, and has hand-picked Multitude.
The 2015 NZ Crowdfunding Video Awards were presented on 27 March 2015 at the Initiate Crowdfunding Summit in Auckland. Find out who took out the prizes!
Every project owner dreams of having a six figure Kickstarter project. But what do you need to do to get there?
Before you begin planning your crowdfunding project, consider where crowds come from, and how big your crowd will need to be.
A look at the 2014 in review data from crowdfunding platforms Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Pozible, PledgeMe and GiveALittle.
Sometimes you just need the right song to help get you through. Here’s a mixtape inspired by the stages of running a crowdfunding campaign.
Want to run a successful campaign? Then you need someone to whip you into shape and keep you going!
There are some fatal problems in the basic maths when it comes to crowdfunding an app. This is why I can’t help you.
Don’t be the guy who waggles his sugar stick in front of a lady who isn’t asking for it.
On my birthday, I look back at the last year of my life, and how I came to be a crowdfunding coach.
Anyone who works in crowdfunding needs to be honest about where they’ve failed, and why. In this post, I dive into the lessons from my first failure.
Creative entrepreneur Sarah Ladyman Bax explains why she’ll be funding her book, The story of Relish This, using Kickstarter.
What is it with potato salad?!
Magnus MacDonald is the self-confessed “King of Crowdfund”. He’s using Kickstarter to build a crowd that loves him, and keep coming back for more.
We all know cat owners love their cats. As it turns out, cat projects can be a pretty lucrative genre in crowdfunding as well!
You really can crowdfund anything. Be prepared, these crowdfunding projects are NSFW, and will probably raise an eyebrow.
When I was a kid, my mother used to make me walk home from school. I hated it. Walking was boring. So I used to break up the walk by giving myself sign-posts.
This week I was interviewed by Dylan Moran of 3 News for a story. We discussed what makes a successful campaign and my vision for the future of Multitude.
Esther at Idealog asked me a few questions about crowdfunding and Multitude for the Idealog blog last week.