Telling your story
Make an instant connection with your supporters
Now that you’re ready to start building your project page, it’s a great idea to look at some examples of other projects who have raised money with Crowdfunder.
When visitors land on your project, you need make a connection quickly and get them excited about your project. To do this well you’ll need make sure your description is structured, concise and engaging.
Add some images and testimonials to give it a professional-looking finish.
You will probably already have a clear idea of your own project’s personality, core values and unique selling points. Think of words that you would use to describe your project.
It’s becoming more and more important for individuals, organisations, charities and businesses to use video to connect with their Crowd.
Stay ahead of the curve and create something bespoke for your Crowdfunder project. It doesn’t have to be professionally made, shooting it with your phone or camera is fine!
The Real Junk Food Project from Brighton, who raised £16,035 with 457 supporters in 56 days
Good images of the project were key. It made creating flyers, posters and social media posts much easier and more successful. We would definitely suggest getting good photographers on board to help promote your campaign.