How to Crack the Kickstarter Code

Justin Massion, Credit: Space Command

CreatorUp, Inc.

Learn how to build a successful Kickstarter campaign by following simple rules that work. Establish credibility, create a powerful design, and discover the best way to reach your audience effectively. Identify and engage your project’s target audience, inviting them to invest in a project they can take ownership in.

When you purchase the course, you’ll also get the following document templates:
1. Action Plan: 10 Steps to Kickstart Success
2. Visual Pitch One Page Example

Syllabus

CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED

Ep 1-0: How the Crowdfunding Landscape Has Changed (new)
Ep 1-1: Essentials: Why is design, credibility, and outreach essential?
Ep 1-2: Success: What works for successful Kickstarter campaigns?
Ep 1-3: Campaign Length: How long should my campaign be?
EP 1-4: What should be in my Kickstarter video?
Ep 1-5: How much should my goal be?
CHAPTER 2: DESIGNING YOUR CAMPAIGN

Ep 2-1: Story: How to tell the story of your project visually?
Ep 2-2: Design: How to effectively use video, story and rewards?
Ep 2-3: Rewards: What should my rewards be?
Ep 2-4: Credibility: How to establish credibility for your project?
Ep 2-5: Web Series: What’s specific to a web series campaign?
CHAPTER 3: LAUNCHING YOUR CAMPAIGN

Ep 3-1: Outreach: How to effectively reach the audience for your project?
Ep 3-2: Launch: How should I run my campaign?
Ep 3-3: Collateral: What print, digital, and graphic assets are important?
Ep 3-4: Awareness: How can you build awareness that encourages pledging?
Ep 3-5: Messaging: What is the best way to message your pitch and how often?
BONUS:

What are some outside the box tips that work to get more people to know about and pledge your campaign?
Kickstarter Tips: Kickstarter for Business (new)
Kickstarter Tips: Kickstarter vs. Indie-Go-Go (new)
Kickstarter Tips: Creating Social Media Buzz (new)
What to Expect with Crowdfunding Campaigns (new)

key words, tags

croudfunding


Course properties

Form of education
Nonformal
Learning language
English
Discipline
Business and administration
Course authors
Justin Massion, Credit: Space Command
Organization
CreatorUp, Inc.
Currency
USD
Course cost
30.0
IP transfer allowed
Output knowledge, abilities, skills
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Entrance test
Groups formation by readiness level
Teachers presence
Tutors presence
Facilitators presence
Training materials forms
video lecture
Interactivity in training materials
Collaborative learning presence
Discussions, forums presence
Webinars, video conferences presence
meetup presence
LMS integration
Learning Analytics
Certification presence
Course time limits
Opportunity to enter after start
Module unit
episodes
Course modules number
17
Personal learning path possibility, course individualization
Special needs support

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