General Crowdfunding Discussion

Crowdfunding Platform: “Third Party” Vs “Your Own Domain”

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third party vs your own crowdfunding platform

Crowdfunding is on the rise

If you’ve heard about crowdfunding, then by now you’ve probably heard of the heavyweights third-party platforms like Kickstarter, IndieGoGo, gofundme where projects can be posted in the form of campaigns to provide money in small increments (the funds) in support of a person, project or entity.

In 2020, the number of crowdfunding platforms is likely to hit 319,051 in number.  So, how do you go about choosing which is right for you?

Most people often compare Kickstarter Vs Indiegogo.

But Have you ever compared these Third-party platforms Vs your Domain/website (you may also be called it DIY Approach) advantages to launch your campaign…?

11 Differences that make sense for your project/campaign before launching


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It’s Time to stretch the list

Cameron Robertsons explains, “You don’t need to be on Kickstarter to kickstart anything anymore. Hundreds of products have done this in the last two years.”

A few years back, the folks behind the Lockitron smartphone-controlled door lock ran an unsuccessful Kickstarter campaign, but came out of it with a software project that allowed them – and anyone else – to create their own crowdfunding campaign

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To illustrate, highly anticipated hardware innovations like Coin, Tile, August, Plastc, Navdy, and Vessyl each wrapped up million-dollar crowdfunds independently.

Before launching your campaign keep in mind the above differences that really turn you to another Lockitron.  CONTACT US now to make it happen!!!

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