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The Kickstarter Launch Formula For Startups and Creative Types

Published by Salvador Briggman. Find him on Twitter.

I’ve been waiting a long time to introduce you to my new guide, the Kickstarter Launch Formula. It’s finally here! You can now grab a copy on Amazon. This is the #1 most requested resource since I started this blog. It took a lot of hard work and dedication, but I’ve finally released a step-by-step formula that will show you exactly how to crush it on Kickstarter.

You see, we’re at the beginning of a movement as transformative as the industrial revolution. Never before in history have authors, musicians, artists, and film producers been able to connect with MASSIVE online audiences and get funding for their creative work.

The outdated media gatekeepers are quickly disappearing. You can now get funding directly from your fans and distribute your content online. If you’re a creative type, this is the BEST time to be alive.

But, it doesn’t stop there. This major change has also given rise to six and seven-figure online businesses. As a fellow entrepreneur, I know that one of the most common excuses for not quitting your job and launching that startup company is because you don’t have the money. Now, in a few short weeks, you can have all of the capital you need to launch and grow a thriving ecommerce business.

It’s no longer a crazy idea to pursue your passion. In fact, more and more millennials are doing just that. I should know, I’m one of them!

When I first started blogging about Kickstarter in 2012, I had no idea that crowdfunding would become a multi-billion-dollar industry. I was just a Junior in college, writing a mini-thesis on how different variables affected fundraising success on Kickstarter (for you nerds out there, it was a logistic regression).

Flash forward several years, and I’m now one of the top experts in the crowdfunding industry. I started the blog, CrowdCrux, which did over one million views in 2015. I set up a forum called KickstarterForum, which has attracted over six thousand members.

I even launched a popular podcast called Crowdfunding Demystified, which has racked up more than 100 positive reviews in iTunes. Finally, I also put out training videos on YouTube and I am proud to say that the channel is experiencing rapid growth.

That all sounds impressive, but actually, when I first stumbled on the website, Kickstarter, I didn’t have a clue how it worked. It seemed super confusing and I had SO MANY questions.

Since 2012, I’ve come to master the platform and discover the ins and outs of how crowdfunding really works. I’ve published many of my findings online and I’ve been being linked to by sites like CNN, Forbes, AOL Money, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and even The Wall Street Journal.

In this guide, I’m going to share with you the step-by-step launch strategy for absolutely crushing it on Kickstarter. In no time at all, you’ll be raising money for your startup or creative project.

I’ll make it super easy to copy and implement these tactics and strategies. I’ll also share some Jedi Mind Tricks that most marketers don’t know about. Before you know it, you’ll be a crowdfunding expert!

Now, I bet you’re thinking… “boy this all sounds like a lot of work. Do I really have to learn all of this? I just want to get funding for my project.”

Truth be told, it is A LOT to master, which is why having the right teacher can make all of the difference. I’ll make sure that you master this material as quickly as possible, so that you can stop fundraising and get back to doing what you love!

Either way, whether you decide to run your own Kickstarter campaign, or outsource certain aspects, it pays to know what you’re doing. I want to help you smash your Kickstarter goal and then I hope you come on my podcast as a crowdfunding success story.

It’s time to get serious about making that business you’ve been dreaming about a reality. It’s finally time to get paid for your creative work. Let’s get started!

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: What Makes Kickstarter Work SO Well

Chapter 2: Kickstarter vs Indiegogo

Chapter 3: How to Create a Prototype

Chapter 4: Making a Great Campaign

Chapter 5: Marketing Your Kickstarter Campaign

Chapter 6: Mastering Backer Psychology

Chapter 7: Life Post-Kickstarter

Chapter 8: Conclusion

What Results Can You Expect?

This is a great question! But, before I answer it, I want to throw a few questions back at ya.

Have you been reading this blog?

Have you been listening to my podcast?

Have you had the time to watch any of my YouTube videos?

If you aren’t willing to invest time educating yourself or your team, it’s unlikely that you’re going to get much out of this guide. You have to actually implement the techniques and strategies that I recommend. I can’t do it for you.

It’s kind of like buying a pass to the gym. Just because you have a gym membership doesn’t guarantee that you’re going to slim down or build muscle. You gotta put in the work, eat right, and show up on a regular basis!

If you’re the type of person who puts what you learn into action, then you’ve probably already gotten some results from my podcast, blog, or YouTube channel.

In fact, on episode #140 of the podcast, we had a guest back on who shared how my show helped them to focus on what’s working right now on Kickstarter, which enabled them to raise $396,747 on Kickstarter With NO Planning.

All too often, when we purchase books or informational products, we adopt a consumer mindset. We tend to focus on price and quick results. Instead, I think that we need to have more of a business mindset.

You wouldn’t think twice about spending $1,000 on ads if it resulted in $10,000 in profit, right? The same goes for books. If a few tricks or tips that you find in the guide help you raise an extra $1,000 on Kickstarter, this decision is a NO BRAINER.

In conclusion, I think that you’re going to get a lot out of this book and it’s going to save you considerable time and money. It’s always been my goal to provide quality content for my audience. This book is no exception! Be sure to leave an Amazon review when you finish it.

You can grab a copy here.

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