Crowdfunding: Building a Successful Campaign
Crowdfunding or CF Campaigns can attract attention, raise capital, build a list of customers and/or supporters, and set you on your way to building your business from an idea, or even grow your existing business.
Once you have decided to undertake a CF Campaign, you must prepare to communicate, engage, update, promote, and advertise. A successful CF Campaign involves a combination of elements that must all work together well. From email lists, to media assets and copy, to websites, social media platforms, CF platform use, promotion, ad campaigns, print materials, press, and so on…
In this course we will outline all the needed elements of a successful CF Campaign and breakdown what is required for each element, as well as offer tips and guidance to help you confidently move forward with your crowdfunding goals.
Baqi Kopelman has a wide and varied background in marketing and advertising. He has produced and directed hundreds of commercials and dozens of branding campaigns. As a marketing and creative director, he has guided companies of all sizes through launches, marketing campaigns, and crowdfunding efforts. Baqi also produces high level photography and video content for companies and individuals through his own business based on the Mendocino Coast.
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