Archives for September 2010

Some Outside-the-Box Uses for IndieGoGo

One of the great things about IndieGoGo — at least we think so — is that we try to be totally inclusive. There's no approval process, we don't try to tell you there's a projects you can't raise money for. If you can dream it, you can do it. If you think people will donate … read more

9 Ways to Jumpstart Your Stalled Campaign

  So you were pretty fast out of the gate: your campaign was strong, donations were rolling in. People were responding to your Facebook posts and email requests. And then suddenly… poof! It feels like the well dried up and you're only halfway to your goal. Well don't worry. There's still time to put a … read more

Campaign Profiles: Documentaries

From alopecia to slash and burn agriculture, soul revival to New York City public art projects, some of our favorite films gaining ground on IndieGoGo this week are rooted in a cause — or at least a very interesting true story. Check out some of these fantastic trailers and the campaigns behind them. Baby Let … read more

Project Profiles: Back To School

A quick peek at some interesting school and education-related projects on IndieGoGo this week. The Bully Project What it is: A feature documentary film that shows how we’ve all been affected by bullying, whether we’ve been victims, perpetrators or stood silent witness. Why we love it: The epic trailer leaves you desperate to see the … read more


10 Ways to Promote Your Indiegogo Project OFF-Line

Last week we examined ten ways you can harness the power of the Internet to get the word out about your Indiegogo project (and hopefully secure some additional funding in the process). This week let’s snap our laptops shut for a few minutes and look at some additional ways of raising awareness for your Indiegogo project in … read more