Archives for July 2012

Indiegogo Insight: Winning the Middle Game

Our data shows that, on average, campaigns raise the most money during the beginning and end of their timeline. We find that successful campaigns raise, on average, 49% percent of their goals during the first and last 10% of the campaign length. However, even successful campaigns exhibit a drop-off in funding during the middle of … read more

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Team Indiegogo’s Campaign Roundup (7/27/12)

Amanda/Product Let’s Get Jack a Van! Location: Oakland, California Parents work hard to provide for their kids, especially those with special needs. Lou is a rock star! Andrew/Growth Calligraphuck: Exquisitely profane letterpress cards Location: Brisbane, Australia Incredible stationery. Hilarious and well-designed. You won’t be able to walk a block in your “Awesomesauce” t-shirt without someone asking you about … read more

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Indiegogo Helps Olympians Get to London

In just a matter of days, the Olympic flame will be lit in London to kick off the 2012 Olympic Games, and whether its in the crowds in the stands or around television sets, the whole world is sure to be watching. These same crowds also used Indiegogo to help send some of the athletes … read more

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Team Indiegogo’s Campaign Roundup (7/20/12)

Amanda/Product Aldea Baking Project Location: Piura, Peru It’s exciting to see the impact a single oven can have on these orphans and the community that supports them! I am inspired by these volunteers’ commitment to empowering The Aldea. Bret/Customer Happiness Surfer Grrrls Brazil Location: San Francisco, CA As an avid surfer and volunteer for groups like Surfrider … read more

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Confessions of a Serial Funder: Rebecca

At one of our recent meetups, some of the Indiegogo team met a woman who has donated to a number of campaigns, and I decided to sit down with her and pick her brain to see what goes through the mind of a repeat contributor. Below is our conversation, which includes some really great insights … read more

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