14 #crowdfunding campaigns that received millions. Here’s what I learned while studying them: http://bit.ly/1ylU8oz
From the article:
"In 2012, the JOBS Act opened the doors for U.S. small businesses to raise up to $1 million from individual backers in exchange for equity. A number of platforms allow this, including Crowdfunder.com.
There’s just one problem. Title III of the JOBS Act has yet to be implemented. For now, only “Accredited Investors” with $1 million or more in investable assets, or at least $200,000 in income during each of the last two years, can invest.
Creative crowdfunding campaigns face no such restrictions, and they’re as popular as ever. +Kickstarter says that 7 million people have pledged $1 billion to fund more than 69,000 different creative projects. +Indiegogo says that 9 million people visit the site monthly in search of new projects to back.
What’s winning on these platforms now? Here’s a closer look at 2014’s top crowdfunding campaigns …”
Read on! http://bit.ly/1ylU8oz
* Has #crowdsourcing improved over the past five years? http://bit.ly/vyZjL
* Crowdfunding #comics projects aren’t so different. Analyzing the big winners right now: http://bit.ly/crowdfunded-comics
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