Kevin Derheimer wrote:Paul-can we do the $1 if we already have pledged at a higher level in the kickstarter? Or did you just want people to pledge who haven't yet pledged? I'll do the dollar to bump you up in the list but wonder if double pledges affect the "algorithm"
paul wheaton wrote:Line 3! It's working!
Problem with kickstarter is it only accepts credit cards.
paul wheaton wrote:The mission: get more people on kickstarter to see our kickstarter, complete with the word "permaculture". Maybe we can get 100,000 people to hear about the word "permaculture" for the very first time.
How do we do it: my impression is that if about 500 people support a kickstarter all in one day, then that kickstarter will end up at the top of the "popular" list. It doesn't matter how much money they put in, only that they put in at least $1.
To help with this, we have put $28 of digital goodies at the $1 level of our current kickstarter. This includes:
- the hugelkultur micro documentary
- the care and feeding of a rocket mass heater micro documentary
- the pdf version of the permaculture playing cards
- rocket cooker/canner/forge plans
- Natural Beekeeping presentation
- the 21 podcast review of sepp holzer's book
- Public thanks
To support this kickstarter, please
Casie Becker wrote:Is there any way you can get your Kickstarter tagged as "public benefit"? You'd probably be far closer to the front page there. Less competition from video games.
Judith Browning wrote:
Will we count towards the '500 in a day' if we add a dollar to what we've already pledged? I tried to pledge a dollar separately and it would only let me change my original pledge so I added $1 to that just in case it counts.
Brian Cooper wrote:
Paul, I know you'll be pleased to hear that I've gone back to KS to revise my pledge upward.
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