Jeff Wenzel – firstname.lastname@example.org – (888) 211-7263 – SPAMMER
Here we have Jeff Wenzel – email@example.com from the Woodshed Agency sending us more spam. Thanks for the spam Jeff!
First off, you don’t know me, but I know we both enjoy crowdfunding.
Now, I want to assure you you’re not in a drip campaign and I’m not planning some aggressive attack on your inbox to get you buy something from me. If you give me, 22 seconds I can explain.
As a crowdfunding and digital marketing consultant, what’s increasingly clear is the formula for success changes as fast as the social media landscape. A few years ago you could get good organic reach on Facebook, and there were blogger influencers who could create excitement for your campaign. Nowadays even Twitter is kind of more work than it’s worth, and an article from a year ago on how to succeed, even from a respected source, is probably questionable.
So to keep my awareness of what’s working, right now, I realized I needed to talk to lots of currently successful crowdfunding campaigns. So I started a podcast, and that’s what I do. It’s called Successfully Funded. In each episode, I talk to the creators of world-class successful crowdfunding campaigns across all product categories (investing, sports, business, art, games, etc.) to extract the tactics, tools, and routines you can use. We talk about favorite books, morning routines, exercise, time management, and much more. As a someone who has run a crowdfunding campaign, I bet you’ll like the conversations I have.
Prior guests include Scott Thrift (Today), Alan Teng (Linkbook Pro), Ray Wu (Wynd), John Reumerman (Woodiehub), Edorado Carlotti (Warage Card Game) and others. It’s generally the #1 crowdfunding podcast on all of iTunes and I’d be honored if you would check it out (iTunes, non-iTunes feed), and subscribe if you like it.
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