It's important to tell your story in a way that resonates with visitors to your Crowdfunder project page. Including quality images, short videos and headings within the text will also make your page more engaging. Once potential supporters have connected with your story, a range of interesting rewards will help to motivate them to pledge. Check out our Social Media hub too for top tips on how to promote your project via your social channels.
Your crowdfunding target should be a balance between what you need to make your idea happen and what you can realistically raise from people you know. You will also need to make sure that your target covers the cost of paying for delivering rewards and any fees. Remember you can always raise more than 100%, so start with an achievable goal.
Think about the different types of people who might want to pledge and offer rewards to suit each of them. This could include physical products, unique experiences, digital goodies or creative mementos. It's a good idea to offer rewards at a range of price points, perhaps starting from as little as £10.
A project video is not compulsory on Crowdfunder, so you can choose to run your project without one. However, there are lots of benefits to adding a video to your crowdfunding page. On average, Crowdfunder projects with a video raise more than three times as much as those without.
Build a farm for the future, providing better food for the community, building soil and greater food sovereignty.
The Mermaid and the Cow is a fun kid's adventure book, based on a true story, which inspires readers to help save our mermaids and friends
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to hit our club finances through limited sporting activities and no social events. Please help us.
We look after over millions of pounds of +Extra funding from our partners, made up of a mix of public and private sector organisations, charities and funding bodies.
Think of it as an extra big pledge on your project to help you get to your target.
At this critical time, we also have specific funds which are designed especially for businesses and communities suffering the effects of the coronavirus.
We got around £22,500 in extra funds, bringing our total to over £76,000.
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