The Freedom Journal campaign, the first Kickstarter run by podcaster John Lee Dumas, raised more than $450K. In this session, Tyler breaks down five keys to the project's monumental success.
What are the pros and cons of launching a Kickstarter campaign with a $1 goal? In this session, Tyler will give you his opinion on this "Dollar goal strategy" which is more common than you might think, and more importantly, will tell you what cold hard Kickstarter data says about its efficacy.
Tyler breaks down an exciting conversation he had with the co-founder of Kickbooster, a new service that empowers and rewards your backers, fans, and affiliates for promoting your Kickstarter campaign. This just might be the "dead zone" cure Kickstarter creators have been searching for.
In this session with media buyer and senior staff writer at HorrorTalk James Ferguson, we go deeper than ever before on the show on one of the most powerful advertising platforms on the planet for Kickstarter creators: Facebook. Why it works, and how to get started with Facebook advertising.
In this session, Tyler speaks with Madeleine Holly-Rosing, author of Kickstarter For The Independent Creator: A Practical and Informative Guide To Crowdfunding, about how to know if and when you're ready to launch your Kickstarter.
In this session, Tyler and Jeremy talk to Russell Nohelty of Wannabe Press about tapping into the power of Kickstarter and the techniques of successful online marketers to launch a new publishing venture.
Is a Kickstarter project in the cards for you in 2016? If so, this session will give you 7 principles to guide your effective use of the Kickstarter platform, and help you set both outcome...
Get a pen and a pad of paper ready because in today's session, Tyler asks CPA Josh Bauerle everything you ever wanted to know about Kickstarter and taxes...but were afraid to ask. A must listen for creators who see their work not just as a hobby, but as a business.
The largest independent study of Kickstarter backers was released, with eye-opening findings about the fulfillment failure rates and much more. In this session, Tyler reviews the findings in depth.
In this session with Jeff McComsey, the small press powerhouse behind the FUBAR historical zombie franchise, the elements of a successful Kickstarter project page are uncovered. Discover how Jeff's beautiful Kickstarter pages have generated more than $150K in funding.