Here’s the thing!
No matter how much you prepare for a crowdfunding campaign, you can never guarantee success. And if it’s your first time, then quite likely, your campaign will fail—the money and effort you’ve put in, all for nothing.
This might suck, but you shouldn’t feel bad about yourself. It’s all part of the process. You’ll just have to try the campaign again, and you might find success.
That’s precisely what happened to today’s guest.
In this episode of Crowdfunding Demystified, you’ll hear Salvador Briggman talk to Brian about his journey to a six-figure Kickstarter for a revolutionary product, Broombi. It’s a silicone smart broom that helps make your cleaning more effortless.
Brian’s first crowdfunding campaign failed, but he was able to attract over a thousand backers and get a staggering $128K of funding on his second try. Quite impressive, right? Well, that’s not all he did.
In addition to the successful Kickstarter campaign, he was also able to land another six-figure funding from Indiegogo. Brian will tell you about:
- The mistakes he learned from his first Kickstarter
- How to use both Indiegogo and Kickstarter to fund your project
But that’s not all! You’ll also get an inside look at “As Seen On TV” products and their similarities with crowdfunding.
If you’ve ever failed with a crowdfunding campaign, or you’re looking to start your very first, listening to this is a must. You get a lot of insider tips that will increase the chances of your success.
So grab a pen and a paper, and enjoy your listen.
Resources and Tools Mentioned on the Show
- Book a coaching call
- Tune in to Sal’s Live Workshops
- The Kickstarter Launch Formula Audiobook
- Fulfillrite: Kickstarter and crowdfunding reward fulfillment services. They come highly recommended! Download their free shipping and fulfillment checklist.
- eCommerce Tips Newsletter
The post EP #375 Going From A Failed Crowdfunding Campaign To A $271K Crowdfunding Mega Success | Broombi appeared first on CrowdCrux: Crowdfunding Demystified.
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