Why Kickstarter Campaigns Fail

Wired has an interesting article on why some Kickstarter projects fail, despite being awesome projects. It could help if you’re planning on starting a project, or have one that’s struggling to find funding. It outlines what the author calls “the 7 P’s of Kickstarter Marketing”: Product, Price, Promotion Proven Track Record, Place, and Purpose. Click the link above to read how he defines those attributes.

XKCD on Kickstarter

XKCD put up this comic about how “meta” trend that some Kickstarter projects are developing into. Raising money to raise money to start a project. It’s like Inception only Ponzi-er. I’m talking to you, Pathfinder.
(thanks fipilele!)

If you pledge more than $50 you'll get on the VIP list and have first dibs on a slot on ANY of the pledge levels in the actual campaign"

"If you pledge more than $50 you'll get on the VIP list and have first dibs on a slot on ANY of the pledge levels in the actual campaign