by: Grow VC Group

Successful crowdfunding campaign needs attention and dedication. According to Massolution, the total global crowdfunding industry fundraised $34 Billion in 2015. The biggest piece of the money came from P2P lending with $25 Billion, followed by donation & reward crowdfunding with $5.5 Billion raised and equity crowdfunding with $2.5 Billion…And the growth keeps accelerating. Still we are not there where we can say that crowdfunding is mainstream. People recognize the word crowdfunding but still there are many unknowns and assumptions towards it.

Crowdfunding is not to place campaign online and wait for the money to come.

As many of those who have actually run a crowdfunding campaign know, being successful is not easy. You need to have to think the following aspects to make your campaign successful:

  1. RESEARCH SIMILAR CAMPAIGNS
  2. SET REALISTIC GOAL
  3. IMPORTANCE OF CONTENT
  4. REWARDS
  5. PROMOTION

Read more about each activity at Kapipal Blog.

We hope these best practises help you with your crowdfunding campaign. Feel free to start even today! As always, don’t hesitate to contact Kapipal if you have any questions.

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