PR and Crowdfunding and a New Chinese Language site

January 9, 2017 by  
Filed under Crowd Funding, Front Page

TECH CO has a great article about PR and Crowdfunding

Groups of People to Tap

Think of the groups of people within your own web of friends, family, and acquaintances. Research says that about 30% of your funding will come from here. These are people who can help you reach out to others they know, expanding your potential for funds. Family and friends will donate if they can, but they can also help you spread the word through all of their social media channels and email lists too. Once you have tapped that resource as best you can, look for other groups to connect with:

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Reg CF Crowdfunding Platform Mr. Crowd Launches Chinese Language Version – Crowdfund Insider

Mr. Crowd is a FINRA approved Reg CF crowdfunding portal. Created by founder Allen Au, Mr. Crowd is a part of the US incorporated Ksdaq corporation.  While incorporated in the US, Ksdaq’s primary place of business is Hong Kong making it a bit unique.  Read the rest of the article here:


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Crowdfunding for Breast Implants? Yes, there’s a site for that

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Crowdfunding is used in every part of society. No matter what your personal feelings about it, people do have a right to Crowdfund breast implants if they wish to. There is even a site that specializes in that Called My Free Implants.

“…an innovative website that allows men to donate money to women to help them fund a free boob job.”- BBC America

It’s a way for women to get free breast augmentation. Some people think it’s a site for creeps. Here are the facts:
Over $13 Million dollars fund-raised by clients since 2005
Breast implants are the most popular augmentation done in the U.
And it’s a multicultural site. Every kind of woman can get help here.
The donors get friendship, letters, videos, pictures from the girls, and the surgeons get paid. Everyone is happy.
Until recently.

JD Alois wrote in Crowdfund Insider that “doctors who perform surgery on women who have crowdfunded breast implants “could find themselves in front of the [ General Medical Council] GMC and potentially banned from practising”. Reportedly the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) will be releasing new rules that deter utilizing web sites that help women to crowdfund for cosmetic surgery.
The goal of the GMC is to protect the public, and they report to parliament. Here is a link to Alois complete article here
Here is my point- the success Rules of Crowdfunding do not change with the product.
If these girls can gather their crowd, give them perks that the crowd wants, they can get the money and reach their goals. It’s been successful for over ten years now. But they take secrets to success In reward based Crowdfunding.
A Tribe, A goal, Perks that Matter.
Maybe I will start a # called #PerksMatter

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If you are interested in crowdfunding but find all this confusing, then start with my free Resource guide

It will tell you more about crowdfunding and the best sites to use!

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