News in Crowdfunding
Successful crowdfunding depends on many things, but most have to do with how satisfied the people who pledge are with your project and progress. A new tool called PledgeBox helps you do this more easily than ever before. It works with Kickstarter, IndieGoGo, and other popular fundraising platforms.
PledgeBox ERP system helps crowdfunding creators manage orders efficiently and boost more upsell, (suck like add-on purchases, extra shipping fee, tax, and restoring fail backers’ payment...)
In 2021, tabletop games have already raised $146 million on Kickstarter, with more than two dozen projects exceeding $1 million in fundraising, putting the crowdfunding platform on track for yet another record-breaking year.
Kickstarter has rolled out a nifty statistics page that showcases top-level information about campaigns on the platform. They frequently update it so you always have the most recent information on hand.
So what's the next thing to do after you had a successful campaign? The answer is to plan the fulfillment. The top countries of Kickstarter backers located are the US, UK, Japan, and other EU countries. If you have thousands of orders to fulfill, it is gonna be a tough thing to do.
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