So today is the day I begun reading through the “bible” for Kickstarter creators – The Stonemaier Kickstarter Lessons.. There is so much content there to absorb and appreciate it’s difficult to know where to start! So I have chosen here… to get a 1st blog post sorted. So this is Day 1… or Day […]
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I haven’t read Stonemaier Kickstarter Lessons as this was the first I have heard of them. Doing a quick check on my least favorite search engine, I found the lessons: https://stonemaiergames.com/kickstarter/lessons/ Looks to be a good read and here’s another link on their site: https://stonemaiergames.com/kickstarter/. I am doing a blog post on the Stonemaier Kickstarter Lessons later tonight. I was familiar with Celery (mentioned in a response to a comment), a pre-order site as one of the Kickstarter campaigns I follow used it for pre-orders.
Thanks for the link! You will not be disappointed reading the lessons! They are the Kickstarter bible!
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You are welcome. I have been reading through some of them. I went ahead and ordered a copy of his book on Amazon. I have been trying to do reviews of crowdfunding campaigns with what I thought worked, didn’t work, could be improved upon, etc. It’s surprising at how much some campaigns pull in. Also seen where fairly small campaigns$500 USD or less, didn’t get funded.
I like your logo and I have been gaming since the mid-1970s.
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