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Your Kickstarter Project Needs A Video – Infographic

video-increases-kickstarter-project-success-by-85_51f9e8c250bd5The fact that video became one of the dominant tools for presentations in the business world is nothing really new. It is interesting to see that video also seems to be a must have if you consider to run a Kickstarter project. According to this research, if you don’t have a video going hand in hand with your project, your chances of funding seem to be slim.

Have a look at this infographic with some number and facts:

Source: MWP Digital Media

Kickstarter: Pros And Cons – Infographic

This infographic created by a Media Studies Graduate student lays out the pros and cons of using the Kickstarter funding model, particularly for film makers. Continue reading

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41% of Kickstarter Projects Fail – Infographic

Kickstarter is an innovative platform that helps entrepreneurs get funding needed for product development, but according to a new infographic, almost half of Kickstarter projects fail.

The infographic, created by AppsBlogger.com, looked at a total of 45,815 Kickstarter projects and nearly $215 million pledged funds. It shows that the secret to having a successful Kickstarter project is setting a realistic monetary goal and dedicating the right amount of campaigning days to spend on the site.

Shorter Kickstarter campaigns tend to better, with the average successful project lasting 38 days, compared to failed projects which averaged 43 days. Meanwhile, successful projects typically average $5,487 compared to failed projects which, on average, ask for $16,365…Read More

Source: Mashable.com, AppsBlogger.com, Kickstarter

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Kickstarter: The King of Crowdfunding – Infoghraphic

In this economy, a new business or project is lucky to score a dollar here, a nickel there. But Kickstarter is helping ideas reach and even exceed their funding goals by tapping you, the crowd.

By now, you may have heard of the record-smashing Pebble e-paper watch for iPhone and Android. The blockbuster project is the most-funded project in Kickstarter history, earning $9.8 million in pledges, an astounding figure when you learn its initial funding goal was only $100,000…More

Sources: Statista, Mashable.com

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