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During Your Crowdfunding Campaign – The Musician’s Crowdfunding Manifesto: Part Seven

You’re Back Last week we covered everything you would need to do to prepare for the actual launch of your crowdfunding campaign. Now that you have launched, it may be tempting to sit back and let the Internet take over, but it’s not that simple. This installment is all about what you should be aiming [...]

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The Crowdfunding 6-Step Pre-Launch Checklist – The Musician’s Crowdfunding Manifesto: Part Six

Another Week, Another Post Last time, I went through six methods of getting the most out of your crowdfunding rewards and perks. This week, there’s another 6-point list that’s designed to set you on the right track when you’re getting ready to launch your campaign. So now, you’ve set your target, you’ve picked your platform, [...]

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Crowdfunding Perks And Rewards: The Musician’s Crowdfunding Manifesto – Part Five

Hello Again Last time it was all about the video and how to make it as engaging as you could for your backers. This week, it’s all about perks and rewards for your potential pledgers. I’ll share six methods that you can use to get the most out of your audience and to make sure [...]

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Making Your Crowdfunding Video – The Musician’s Crowdfunding Manifesto: Part Four

The Video: The Face of your Crowdfunding Campaign Welcome back! Last week we looked at a lot of the crowdfunding sites and what they offered as well as timelines and the different kinds of campaigns you have at your disposal. Now that you have decided which platform is a good fit, you can begin building [...]

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Setting Your Crowdfunding Goal: The Musician’s Crowdfunding Manifesto – Part Two

Congratulations! So you’ve decided to jump into the world of crowdfunding and I applaud you for it! You have a project that you think is good enough that people will reach into their wallets and take out their own money to support you. If you’ve made it this far, I commend you. (I am totally [...]

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