Archives for January 2011

The IndieGoGo Tool Kit

Projects use IndieGoGo's fundraising, audience-building and discovery tools to mobilize their fans and customers into funders.   We're continually adding new tools; so here's a current list for easy reference.  Pitch Clip to keep your campaign personal.  Share your project and your personal story!  Read some pitch clip tips here. Integrated share tools (Custom Widgets, Facebook … read more


6Qs with Lauren “Lemon” Randolph of Phoot Camp Benefit

"Aim high, but be humble…I appreciated every single donation that came in as if that was the last I was going to receive." –Lauren Lemon Phoot Camp, an invite-only weekend-long creative retreat and photography workshop hosted by Laura Brunow Miner, started a benefit fundraiser on IndieGoGo for Phoot Camper and award-winning photographer Lauren "Lemon" Randolph … read more

Campaign Profiles: 3 Photographers

On IndieGoGo this week, photographers who take immense risks to give us a more accurate look at the world around us. The Middle East Journals of Tom Hurndall Trolley Books is raising funds for the publication of a book of photographs and writings by the late British peace activist and photojournalist Tom Hurdnall, who was … read more


What’s New in 2011 – Partnerships

We are about 3 weeks in and already its been a great start to 2011. And now, we are introducing a new feature on IndieGoGo – Partner Pages! We have some pretty amazing partner organizations that we have been working with for a while, and now we have made it easier to showcase their campaigns … read more

IndieGoGo Campaigns at Sundance + Party Invite!

Congratulations to these IndieGoGo campaigns that are official selections at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival! The High Level Bridge The Rocket Boy And these guys, too: Bellflower, Connected, and Miss Representation. Great job to all five films for getting into Sundance — and best of luck! And if you're going to be in Park City … read more