Crowdfunding Follow-ups and Additional Suggestions

Updated February 8, 2019 with new information from DougOutCrafts.

An update on an earlier Kickstarter dice campaign: New Kickstarter Dice Campaign. He hit his goal in 9.5 hours: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/ice-cream-dice-edmonton-marc-schubert-1.5011067. Here’s the Kicktraq for it: http://www.kicktraq.com/projects/icecreamdice/ice-cream-dice/.

Another Kickstarter dice campaign that got off to a great start – Crowdfunding Trick at Campaign Start. It hit 50% funding on its first day. Kicktraq: http://www.kicktraq.com/projects/dougoutcrafts/divination-dice-set-relaunch-by-dougoutcrafts/. Here’s his Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DougOutCrafts/. He reduced the cost for the dice bag from $5 to $3.

Addit:

Goals

  • Funding at $10,000
  • 2nd Color at 200 Likes/Shares/Tweets
  • 3rd Color at $12,500
  • 4th Color at $15,000
  • Full Glow Set at $20,000 (Black with Glowing Ink)
  • Free Glow D20 at 500 backers (Backers of Single Set or Higher)

Add-Ons: Your choice of any available color.

  • $3 Extra D20
  • $3 Extra Dice Bag
  • $5  Three Extra D6s
  • $10  Seven Extra D6s
  • $10  Six Extra D10s (3 pairs)
  • $15  Ten Extra D10s (5 pairs)

For crowdfunding campaigns in general, here is another good tip. I ran across a campaign that only had one (1) video. It was a cute video, but it provide no information about the campaign. Videos are good, but only if they relate to the campaign when you only have one (1) video. If you have multiple videos, you can have 1 – 2 cute ones that aren’t related to the campaign as long as you have one (1) or more videos that relate to the campaign.

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