Kickstarter is a wonderful system of pairing artists and fans together to help finance the creation of art.
One desire of most artists is to thank the people who supported them as they pursued creating something great. Sometimes the artist even wants to personally thank every person by name, but how do you do this in an effective way when you have 21,207+ backers?
We love Kickstarter projects & watch for great projects. Today we have some ending that we like, and want to mention others.
A little about Kickstarter Campaigns
It’s a great system where talent based projects can seek funding by basically pre-selling items. It works on a donation & reqard pledge drive system. Basically the artist starts a campaign to raise $X number of dollars. Individuals make pledges. If the goal is reached, the money is delivered, if the goal is not reached – no money ever comes out of anyone’s bank account. Continue reading “Kickstart Today – olympics, coffee & zombies”
Kickstarter is an interesting system for funding many projects that I want to see happen. It’s people creating a small business (or an established business trying a new model for product development & release).
Over the years I have found good and bad campaigns, but today I saw something interesting: