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Kick starter com

Author : S. Harpin
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The high profile leaps and falls of the share prices of enterprises have highlighted not only the enormous opportunities but also the perils of starting an e-business. is the definitive guide by Andersen Consulting and other leading internet experts to setting up a European internet business and includes advice on finding a unique business concept as well as marketing, technical, financial and legal aspects and a sample business plan.

Kickass Kickstarter Gods

Author : Patrice Williams Marks
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The Kickstarter Handbook

Author : Don Steinberg
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So you want to produce a short film. Or design a new line of jewelry. Or manufacture a revolutionary solar-powered garden sprinkler. There’s just one catch: You need $100,000 to bankroll your dream, and your checking account has barely enough to cover the rent. Enter—the phenomenal “crowdfunding” website launched in 2009 that brings venture capital to the masses. At Kickstarter, it’s not uncommon for entrepreneurs to raise $50,000, $100,000, $250,000, or more. All you need is a great idea—and The Kickstarter Handbook. Business journliast Don Steinberg has interviewed dozens of artists and inventors who launched their passion projects online. Through their voices, you’ll explore all the strategies of a successful Kickstarter campaign. You’ll learn the elements of a compelling Kickstarter video, innovative ways to market your projects, tips for getting donors onboard, and the secrets of irresistible Kickstarter “rewards.” You’ll also discover what to do in a best-case scenario—when your project goes viral and the cash starts flowing in. On Kickstarter, it happens to a few lucky visionaries every week. Here’s how to be one of them.

Kickstarter and Patreon

Author : Justine Ciovacco
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It's a common word to hear these days—crowdfunding. Websites such as Kickstarter and Patreon are bringing businesses and creators together with donators and investors. This guide explains the basics of how crowdfunding works. This title will inform readers of how Kickstarter, the world’s largest crowdfunding platform, works and about some of the projects it has made possible. All the steps readers need to follow to start a Kickstarter campaign or create content and find supporters on Patreon are covered in depth. Furthermore, the text uncovers well-known campaigns and content—and teaches readers how to bring their own ideas to life.

Get Your Book Selling on Kickstarter

Author : Russell P. Nohelty
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In this book you’ll find: Why using crowdfunding is an important avenue for authors and how authors are currently using it Choosing the right project for Kickstarter and designing your campaign Budgeting your campaign for profitability (and why it’s critical for your success!) The types of messages you should send to your audience vs. cold traffic How to run ads to your Kickstarter project Delivering your rewards for your Kickstarter project Keeping momentum going after Kickstarter

WORKBOOK Hacking Kickstarter Indiegogo How to Raise Big Bucks in 30 Days Secrets to Running a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign on a Budget

Author : Patrice Williams Marks
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WORKBOOK VERSION OF BEST-SELLING HACKING KICKSTARTER BOOK Workbook Includes: Brainstorming Sessions, Quizzes, Exercises, Campaign Pricing Formula, Dos and Don'ts of Using Headshots and Press Releases, etc. Links are verified, updated and expanded for 2019. (Exclusive to the Workbook). This Workbook will take your campaign to the next level with the same materials used as handouts during Patrice Williams Marks' crowdfunding seminars which cost $497 to attend. WARNING: DO NOT LAUNCH YOUR CROWDFUNDING PROJECT BEFORE USING THIS WORKBOOK FACT: Over 65% of crowdfunding projects fail. Why? Top 5 Reasons For Failure: 1) Campaign Missing Key Elements 2) Launched Before Gathering Your Tribe 3) Expected That if You Build It, They Will Come 4) Poor Advertising/Social Media Strategy 5) Lack of Partners Hacking Kickstarter, Indiegogo (or any other crowd-funding site) How to Raise Big Bucks in 30 Days walks you step by step into the process of creating, launching and wrapping your crowdfunding (crowdfunding) project. Learn: – How Curated Communities Can Give You Added Exposure – How to Get Featured in Kickstarter and Indiegogo’s Newsletters (solid gold) – How to Grab Funders Attention the Moment They Land on Your Page – How to Generate Traffic to Your Project – How to Easily Find and Target Bloggers and Journalist Who Want to Publicize Your Project – How to Relaunch a Failed Campaign – Websites to Post Your Projects to For Added Exposure – Comprehensive List of Popular and Niche CrowdFunding Sites – NEW: Press Release Dos and Don'ts Quiz – NEW: Formula to Calculate How Much You Should Ask For – NEW: Headshots Dos and Don'ts – NEW: Surefire Way of Selecting Winning Incentives For Your Backers – and Much More! Tried and true tactics, tips and secrets that work.

Perry Chen Yancey Strickler Charles Adler and Kickstarter

Author : Don Rauf
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Crowdfunding is not a new concept--it was actually used by the Medicis and Walt Whitman in the funding of the arts. However, crowdfunding through the Internet is a new phenomenon. This book introduces readers to the concept of funding creative projects through a group of people, explaining its benefits and how it works. The history of crowdfunding is covered to the present day. Once Kickstarter came along, the company itself had to raise funds to get started. This book highlights the efforts of Chen, Strickler, and Adler to sell their idea to investors. It reveals how Kickstarter went through growing pains but finally emerged as one of the most successful Internet companies today. Readers learn about what it takes to make a start-up a lasting enterprise. With fact sheets on the founders and the company, this book serves as an inspiration for anyone interested in one day starting his or her own Internet company.

Kickstarter For Dummies

Author : Aimee Cebulski
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Learn to use Kickstarter to make your great ideas a reality As a crowd-funding website for creative projects, Kickstarter has the power to make creative ideas come to life. This helpful guide walks you through the potential of this amazing tool, which has helped project creators successfully launch their projects since 2009. You'll learn how to create a Kickstarter account, set up your first project, and effectively use social media to bring awareness to your project and build up the community around it to hopefully reach the goal of 100 percent funding. Explains how to determine if you meet the requirements to create a project Gets you started with creating your first project, choosing a great project image, and write a compelling project title and description Helps you establish rewards for project backers Zeroes in on deciding a funding duration and funding goal Whether you have an idea for a movie, video game, gadget or anything in between, Kickstarter For Dummies is the fun and friendly guide to help you get the funds to make your idea happen!

Unlocking Kickstarter Secrets Crowdfunding Tips and Tricks

Author : Mario Lurig
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Unlocking Kickstarter Secrets is your guide to creating a successful Kickstarter or Indiegogo project. The e-book offers guidance, tips, and tricks for creating, marketing, and fulfilling your project goals. Do you want to learn how to determine how much money to raise? What kinds of rewards attract backers? How to use pricing to your advantage? Learn these answers and more with this concise guide to crowdfunding.

Fintech Business Models

Author : Matthias Fischer
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This book on fintechs shows an international comparison on a global level. It is the first book where 10 years of financing rounds for fintechs have been analyzed for 10 different fintech segments. It is the first book to show the Canvas business model for fintechs. Professionals and students get a global understanding of fintechs. The case examples in the book cover Europe, the U.S. and China. About the author: Matthias Fischer is professor of finance and banking at the Institute of Technology Nuremberg Georg-Simon-Ohm in Germany. His research has focused on strategy and M&A in the banking sector, value-based management, robo-advisory and fintechs. Dr. Fischer also serves as a member of the Groupe de Recherche en Management at the IAE Nice Graduate School of Management, Université Côte d'Azur in France. He is internationally active as a strategy and financial advisor. Reviews of the book: FinTech is not the next 'big thing.' It is the big thing now! FinTech is the new business model for the global financial sector, offering clear and enormous potential for vast economies of scale and scope, massive cost savings and efficiency gains, significant risk reduction, and opening the door to banking for literally billions of currently unbanked people. Professor Fischer has done a masterful job of expertly and informatively taking us through all aspects of the revolutionary new FinTech business models. Using state-of-the-art research techniques, he insightfully shows us how FinTech firms are financed and how they aspire to create value. His in-depth case studies unlock the keys to success in the FinTech sector. His fascinating book is a 'must read' for all financial professionals. Dr. Stephen Morrell, Professor of Economics and Finance, Andreas School of Business, Barry University, Miami, USA Matthias Fischer's latest book offers a comprehensive overview of Fintech business models around the world. With a very pedagogical approach, and in a particularly fluid style, the author takes us into the strategic logics of these new entrants to finance, who are carriers of innovation and sometimes of disruption, and whose strategies are focused on the need to always meet the emerging expectations of their customers. This precise and well-documented analysis should enable banks to reposition themselves in their ecosystem by studying these new business models, which will enable them to boost their growth. Professor Dr. Nadine Tournois, Dean of IAE Nice Graduate School of Management, Université Côte d'Azur, France, Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur Fintech Business Models is a must-have book to understand the rapid and intense changes occurring in the financial sector. New technologies have allowed the birth of new financial species, such as Fintech, more adapted to the new digital economy. The content dedicated to the application of blockchain technology helps to understand its opportunities in the financial sector, not only in the means of payment and cryptoactives, but also in how blockchain can make multiple internal processes improve, allowing to optimize the management, efficiency and even security of operations. Without any doubt, this book offers an extraordinary vision of how the fintech sector has become a catalyst for change in banking in the context of the current Digital Society. Phd. Ricardo Palomo, Full Professor of Finance, Deputy Chancellor for Digital Transformation at Universidad CEU San Pablo, Madrid, Spain and member of the Board of Alastria Blockchain Ecosytem This book provides a detailed and original overview of the most important fintech business models in the major global markets. Through a savvy use of the well-known Business Model Canvas methodology, the author explores the unique ecosystem, business model’s components, and sources of competitive advantage of successful fintech firms. The book, in particular, offers an insightful and comprehensive analysis of the winning and losing strategies and performances of fintech firms by segment of activity such as, instant digital payments, crowd-funding, robo-advisory, alternative finance, credit & factoring, social trading, personal finance management, blockchain and cryptocurrencies. It is indeed a very unique and valuable study on the fintech industry, its trends, and its emerging business models. Prof. Ivo Pezzuto, The International School of Management, Paris, France and Adjunct Professor of International Business and Strategic Management Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Department of Business Management, Milan, Italy The emergence of fintechs is one of the most relevant drivers of change in the financial services industry. The book presented here delivers an impressing overview of fintechs’ activity areas, business models and funding patterns. The book reflects the state of the art of the current fintech world. Prof. Dr. Jürgen Moormann, Professor of Bank and Process Management at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Germany