Crowdfunding Checklist – The 90 Day Action Plan… by Johnathan Loew
Truth Is- Running a Crowdfunding Campaign Is Extremely Exhausting and it gets worst when you do not have a clear course of action. You have a million and one things to do: assemble a team, conceptualize product, plan, do a video, write pitch copy, raise awareness and of course, launch your campaign.
When Johnathan Leow first did an Indiegogo campaign, he was inexperienced and quite overwhelmed by the sheer amount of effort required. Figuring what to do was difficult enough; actually getting those tasks done was a whole different level. Add to that, the biggest nagging fear he had was missing out on critical steps that could derail the campaign.
Do you ever wish for a trusted, easy to follow, actionable crowdfunding checklist? Back then, he wished that such a checklist existed. It would have broken down the challenging process of doing crowdfunding into bite-sized steps and made his life easier.
Follow his 78 Step Plan for Turning your Idea into a Best-Selling Kickstarter Launch. “Crowdfunding Checklist-The 90-Plan For Turning an Idea into a Best-Selling Kickstarter Launch” details an actionable blueprint for preparing, launching and operating a successful crowdfunding campaign in 90 days.
You’ll learn how to:
Settle activities that rely on other people first
Kickstart prelaunch buzz about your campaign early on
Look out for key things when getting your video done
Get your campaign page setup properly
Assemble a power-packed media contact list to pitch your project
Get a groundswell of sales flooding in when you first launch
Keep your backers happy
Pace yourself throughout the 90 Days so you don’t burnout.
You can do a successful crowdfunding launch in 90 days! Just follow this blueprint and you’ll learn a proven system for getting the capital you need.
I have not created any type of crowdfunding campaign but I do believe this book is as good as any for a place to start. If you are looking to create a campaign with power you will need to seek answers from other literature also. But like anything I don’t believe any one source can be the best authority for research – it takes multiple sources and utilizing which advice may be best for your particular situation.
I received this book in exchange for an honest review.