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3 Nov 2016 | Read more

Fig is a new equity crowdfunding website where you can invest in video games! As a game developer, you can raise money for a new game through a Title III, Regulation A+, or rewards-based campaign. On this podcast episode, I spoke with Justin Bailey, the founder and CEO of Fig. Justin ...

27 Oct 2016 | Read more

On episode #133 of the Crowdfunding Demystified podcast, I brought on Nathan Rose, the director of Assemble Advisory and the author of the new book, Equity Crowdfunding: The Complete Guide for Startups and Growing Companies. Assemble advisory has helped raise over $11 million for startups, with a focus in equity crowdfunding. Nathan ...

20 Oct 2016 | Read more

The instant that I checked out Crowdstart, I knew that this new guide was going to be helpful for the CrowdCrux community. A few weeks back, Ariel Hyatt’s PR team sent me a message, explaining that “Ariel is a seasoned speaker and dynamic guest, having spoken in over a dozen countries to ...

13 Oct 2016 | Read more

On this episode of the podcast, Joseph Law asked a question about setting up his own equity crowdfunding offering using white label software. “Love the site. Love the blog. Two questions. I see that the nonprofit crowdfunding guide is on Amazon, but it’s only for Kindle. Are you going to come out ...

29 Sep 2016 | Read more

It’s not very often that I’m lucky enough to interview a campaign that’s raised over $5 million on Kickstarter! Actually, they did this over the course of SIX successful crowdfunding campaigns. Yes, they made a business out of Kickstarter. At the time of writing, their current campaign for the Lomo’Instant Automat Camera has raised $744,781 from 4,716 ...

27 Sep 2016 | Read more

On this episode of the podcast, Johanna, a member of the CrowdCrux community, asked a great question about dealing with multiple languages when you launch a Kickstarter campaign. “Hola Salvador. I’m almost ready to launch my campaign and I have question. I have a product that I want to create a ...

20 Sep 2016 | Read more

I always love getting emails from readers and listeners who say that CrowdCrux was a big help as they’ve been preparing for their Kickstarter launch. Recently, I got an email from Ben, the cofounder of the Koala Hoodie. He said, “I hope you’re very well and your September has got off to a ...

15 Sep 2016 | Read more

If there’s one thing that I want you to take away from this podcast episode, it’s this… “The thing you spend the MOST time thinking about is usually where your natural inclinations lie.”  If you spend your time thinking about how things works, how users interact with products, or what things are made out ...

13 Sep 2016 | Read more

Isn’t it infuriating when you put so much time and energy into making something, and no one cares? No one reads that book or buys that painting. No one listens to that new song or album. It’s maddening! Thankfully, there is a scientific explanation. I’m about to show why some creative works are ...

8 Sep 2016 | Read more

Joe Orecchio, a member of the CrowdCrux family, asked a question on the podcast today. “We’re trying to revitalize existing products that we have unique access to and we were wondering if we can use crowdfunding to introduce them to the world?” I’ll answer this question along with the strategy that I’d ...