Category Archives: Crowdfunding Variations

Beyond Kickstarter: Why One Site Shouldn’t Dominate Crowdfunding

Kickstarter’s one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t fit every dream, or every group of dreamers. For starters, the site requires every project to create some sort of final product, whether it be a physical object or a piece of media or a performance. This leaves many types of undertakings out in the cold.

One site to rule them all won’t apply with all the different niches and needs of people raising funds.
For the full article, visit Wired.


Crowdfunding moves to concerts bringing big acts to small towns

New online methods are putting the fans – rather than corporate promoters and ticket sellers – back in charge.

“The potential of this new model is to reverse the touring status quo – to bring the band to the town where the fan is”

For the full article on music act crowdfunding, visit the independent.