In a busy few days for crowdfunding, Crowdfundr has opened its creator-focused resource library and forum for free. Creator Hub is intended to be a place to ask and answer questions, find collaborators, network and source recommendations from the community.
The free and open-access community has AMA events with the team, industry experts, creator groups, and toolkits for successful campaigns. On offer are even coaching sessions from crowdfunding strategists.
I think it’s a good thing, but we seem to live in a world with crowdfunding strategists.
Crowdfundr notes one of its features as a platform is this;
Once your crowdfunding is over, you can keep selling your inventory from the same campaign page. All the effort you put into getting people to your campaign in the first place will continue working in your favour.
That pitch to creators comes from a platform which also tries to give creators’ a way to fund projects for free minus credit card fees.
The pricing tiers for creators are; simple free, nearly free and not free. There are pros and cons for each.
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