The first step when starting a kickstarter is crowdfunding for first time creators. You have to know the community, such as who they are, what would they buy and other projects that have a commonality with your product that have been successfully crowd funded. Then it is time to build an audience for your product with social media. Put a lot of efforts into Facebook and share to other forms of social media such as Twitter and Instagram. Start to seek out and attach yourself to groups dedicated to your project’d genre. Build a reputation within those groups as a member of the community. Then make your own Facebook page and group dedicated to your product! Be sure to be active with the community at least 3-5 times a week by posting things that anyone might find interesting. Then it is wise to make a mailing list to fund project and use Facebook Advertising. Get Manufacturing Quotes and nail down your crowd funding goal. Be sure to look professional, make an awesome video and get video reviews. Then set appropriate rewards tiers for your backers and set amazing stretch goals. Also Figure out how long your campaign should last. Now it is time to prepare to launch based on trending months and days. Click launch and get ready to work a full time job!
Score from the experts at Killer Visual Strategies
Visual Communication - 45%
Design - 30%
Content/Script - 70%
Usability - 45%
This infographic provides detailed step-by-step instructions for starting crowdfunding for the first time, including tips for social media awareness and setting base goals and stretch goals. The content of this infographic is detailed and relevant to the stated subject. Although the text is informative, it is longer than it needs to be to achieve its stated purpose. This results in a lot of small print that is difficult to read. This infographic's general layout also makes it less easy to navigate, since it requires zooming, vertical and horizontal scrolling to read it from start to finish. The visual elements of this infographic lack a consistent style, with figure illustrations appearing in 7 different distinct styles. Some identical illustrations are copied 2 times in different places. Overall, despite the fact that the text is informative, the cluttered layout and mismatched illustrations make this a difficult reading experience for the viewer. We'd give this an F.