My Top Resources For Musicians Crowdfunding

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So you’re thinking about crowdfunding for your next music project. I’ve collated a list of different articles, sites & videos to help you on your way.

BEFORE YOU BEGIN

Don’t underestimate the importance of building your crowd before you crowdfund. Personally, I like to see around 1,000 Facebook fans and also see that the artist/band is interacting with their fans. Also, a mailing is extremely important because you own this list. Get stuck in now and check out the links. Any questions just write them below and I’ll get back to you asap!

Quirky Music / for Mailing List Info

Heroic Academy / Get Fans by giving away free Content

DIY Musician / How to make a band page on Facebook

Quirky Music / Facebook verification for Musicians

FB Group / A hub for musicians to ask questions & share knowledge

PLANNING

Do not, I repeat, DO NOT underestimate how much planning it’s going to take to put a crowdfunding campaign together. The more work you do up front the better your outcome will be, not to mention, your stress levels. IndieGoGo has an amazing Prep Calendar that will get you cracking and Evernote will help to keep tabs on all of those lists and information you’ll be putting together.

IndieGoGo / for Prep Calendar

Evernote / Get EVERYTHING organised!

 TOOLS

Fiverr / for Copywriting, Video Editing & more

Canva / for creating social media graphics

 GREAT VIDEOS EXAMPLES

 TOOLS

Fiverr / for Copywriting, Video Editing & more

Canva / for creating social media graphics

INSPIRATION

TED Talk / The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer

 

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RECOMMENDED READ

If you’re considering crowdfunding for your next project I highly recommend you read Crowdstart! It will help get you in the right frame of mind and give you a great insight as to what it takes to crowdfund successfully.

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