Sharing your Crowdfunder project on social media is a great way to spread the word about what you’re up to and could be pretty crucial to the success of your campaign. Facebook in particular is the prime platform to use to promote your Crowdfunder project. With over a billion users, there are plenty of potential[…]
When watching from afar, crowdfunding can seem completely effortless. You see the support rolling in, happy project owners sharing gratitude and sending virtual high fives and hugs. However, the reality of it is that crowdfunding is a lot of work and behind the scenes, there’s a person working tirelessly to co-ordinate, plan and schedule their[…]
Crowdfunder’s top tips for getting your great idea noticed on social networking’s powerhouse – Facebook.
Emily Smith talks to The Bakehouse after their recent success and finds out how important social media was to their campaign. The Bakehouse successfully managed to raise £2,025 for their community bakery in the Upper Calder Valley.
James Caan shares his experiences of setting up a business today via The Guardian, talking about the most common mistakes. With more and more people setting up new businesses in a declining economy is crowdfunding the way forward for start-ups?Cann says: “One of the biggest mistakes an entrepreneur can make is getting caught up in[…]
Interview with Helen Reeves Howard – Merionwen. Naturally Nourishing.Helen Reeves ran a really successful campaign and managed to finish on 138%, raising £615 over her target amount – this meant that the project ended on £2,215. Helen learnt the concept of crowdfunding pretty much straight away by shouting about her project loads on Twitter and[…]