Paul, Erica and Julianne continue their discussion about what it takes to make a successful Kickstarter. They talk about the importance of good prep ahead of time, how to set the budget and the goal. Paul also mentions involving the community and the importance of a good short intro video.
This is a very helpful podcast and I think it has helped me refine a few things. But I have to say I giggled through the part about watching videos. I never watch them, either! So glad to heal it's not just me. Thanks, everybody!
I decide to back kickstarters generally based on the project. I like to support projects that are either really cool or moving toward a world I'd like to live in. (Kinda judge-y, but that's how I pick). It's never about the video.
You can't live a positive life with a negative mind.
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