WHAT MAKES THE LAUNCH AND RELEASE APPROACH TO CROWDFUNDING SO DIFFERENT?
When it comes to promoting themselves, most artists are stuck in a rut (whether they know it or not). And when it comes time to crowdfund, artists often don’t understand what is effective, they don’t know where to start, and they don’t feel great about asking for money. The Launch and Release Advanced Crowdfunding System online course helps artists understand what will engage fans so they can tell their story in a way that excites fans to become backers.
I know how hard it is to ask for money and have helped hundreds of campaigns both small and large in creating an authentic, optimized campaign that they feel both good about and confident in. And when your campaign is completely authentic and driven by purpose instead of need, it will work for you and make getting backers easier, more fun and, even, inspiring! That is why I'd suggest taking these three steps:
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Click the orange, "Get Started Here" button to learn my proven formula and see why it’s the most powerful way to compel people into backers.
It'll only take 20 minutes and you'll see how to easily create a persuasive campaign by being crystal clear on the steps for building an optimized campaign.
Build your campaign with knowledge and certainty that you won't launch with the wrong message or approach and find out too late to make adjustments.
Fans these days are drawn to personal engagement and away from impersonal, BS-hype. If fans are turned off by your message, they will ignore you. Once you capture the real you, so you can demonstrate why this campaign is so important (and it’s usually not what you think), your message will help make your campaign easier and get more backers than by copying all of the other superficial campaigns you see out there today.
Learn more about the principles contained in the Launch and Release Advanced Crowdfunding System today and spend the next 20 minutes moving well beyond doubt and uncertainty straight to confidence and success. Why? Because nobody will know what your art has to offer until you tell them in the right way.