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Get Funded Today: The Funded Today Podcast

This FREE podcast will teach YOU how to launch and grow YOUR startup, especially through the fast-paced world of rewards-based crowdfunding!

Your instructors, Zach Smith and Thomas Alvord, are world-renowned business experts with proven hands-on experience in sales, video production, page design, advertisements, public relations, e-commerce, business strategy, consulting, and more—and they will teach YOU valuable wisdom that you can use to take YOUR business to the next level! Since mid-2014, these serial entrepreneurs have partnered with 2,663+ campaigns on Kickstarter and/or Indiegogo, helped 872+ of those projects to raise $226,162,634+ altogether, and (in doing so) led their own startup Funded Today to rank as America’s 27th fastest-growing company in 2018.

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Feb 20, 2019

In this episode, we’re finally going to answer the age-old question that we probably get asked just as much as anything and, until this point, there’s never been a direct, straightforward answer to.  The question: “Which platform should I choose for launching my campaign—Indiegogo or Kickstarter?”  The answer might surprise you…


⭐ During this episode, we detail these takeaways:

 1. Evaluate your project’s suitability for rewards-based crowdfunding before choosing a platform, which is currently either Kickstarter or Indiegogo.

 2. Indiegogo will both treat creators better and support creators actively, whereas Kickstarter will demand higher standards that please backers and earn their trust.

 3. Identical projects will always raise money significantly better on Kickstarter than on Indiegogo, as hard data proves, enough that some failing campaigns will enjoy success merely by transitioning platforms from Indiegogo to Kickstarter.

 4. Unless comparative statistics change dramatically, always campaign on Kickstarter if possible, and Indiegogo only as a backup option.

 5. If your campaign succeeds on Kickstarter, then consider transitioning afterward to Indiegogo InDemand to raise additional pledges until fulfillment.

✍️ Click here for this episode’s complete show notes!


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