How To Choose The Right Crowdfunding Site

ROFL 15-08-2014

Just because you have a great idea in your head doesn’t mean it will materialise. Inventing something — apps, games, products — is serious business. You really have to know what you’re doing before setting off. And money, you have to have investors.

Forget about begging the bank for a loan. These days, you can get money from anyone. It’s called crowdfunding Forget Kickstarter: How To Crowdfund From Your Own Website Crowdfunding has taken off in a big way in the past few years. But you don't need to use a service like Kickstarter if you're already running your own popular website. Read More . If you’ve ever been on Kickstarter Inside Kickstarter #1: An Exclusive Look At Pressy -- How A Project Is Born What does it take to launch a Kickstarter project? Can anyone do it? We've hunted down a promising Kickstarter project to try and find some answers. This is not a Kickstarter project you've heard about.... Read More , you’ll know what crowdfunding is all about. But what if Kickstarter denies your idea? What then?

If you think you have the next great thing in your head, and you’re dying to make it a reality, check out this flowchart and get the funds you need!

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How To Choose The Right Crowdfunding Site 21 crowdfunding sites small

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Related topics: Crowdsourcing, Kickstarter.

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  1. Charity
    August 15, 2014 at 4:23 pm

    Wish the chart really would get larger by clicking enlarge. Can you post a larger copy? Thanks!

    • Jurmy C
      August 16, 2014 at 6:33 am

      It does get larger, just click on the image, you can even zoom in/out.

  2. Arturo
    August 15, 2014 at 2:48 pm

    Where is GoFundMe?

  3. Jurmy C
    August 15, 2014 at 7:28 am

    I wish Muo had a community to help crowdfunding, I think great ideas could come to life.

  4. Jurmy C
    August 15, 2014 at 7:14 am

    I agree Nick, I have one project running right now and had one a few months ago. All I get are visits, not even a comment or 1 buck.....sad but true, you have to pay to be funded.

  5. Nick C
    August 15, 2014 at 3:54 am

    I think Crowdfunding is biased towards minorities. Minorities who crowdfund, don't get any funds or notice at all.