Author: Erica Labovitz

Global Crowdfunding Platform Indiegogo Unveils Redesign & Exclusive Gogofactor for Campaigns

Proprietary Algorithm Provides Ranking of Campaigns by Popularity & Viability  To Improve User Experience Through Exclusive Crowdfunding Technology San Francisco, March 15, 2012 – Indiegogo, the world’s leading global crowdfunding platform, has perfected its proprietary “gogofactor” used to rank crowdfunding campaigns.  Following extensive testing to ensure accuracy and benefits for users, Indiegogo is the only … read more

6Qs With Anna Margarita Albelo of Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf?

Q1. Tell us about your campaign…. your inspiration and goals!Our film Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf? is a story about a woman whom we don’t usually see on the big screen. She is 40 years old, she is a woman of color, she is a lesbian, she is funny and she is desperately lonely. She herself is … read more

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Partner Spotlight: Fractured Atlas

 Image courtesy of Neighborhood Productions Fractured Atlas serves a national community of over 18,000 artists and arts organizations. This national nonprofit provides access to fiscal sponsorship, insurance, advocacy, technology, education, and more. Fractured Atlas knows how to help artists reach their goals, from filmmakers to musicians to dancers to arts educators. Working with IndieGoGo gives Fractured … read more

IndieGoGo Celebrates Success in Austin

Every year the world's most tenacious, brainy, and innovative musicians, filmmakers, and techie's take to Austin to share the inside scoop on what's new on the scene. It's an amazing gathering of talent – and we are so proud that many of these movers and shakers are from IndieGoGo! We got to meet and celebrate … read more

A Year in Review: 2010 on IndieGoGo

Another year is in the books and its been quite the exciting one here on IndieGoGo. We have had over 10,000 campaigns start in 2010, spanning hundreds of countries and all types of creative, cause related, and entreprenuerial pursuits. Here are some of our favorite themes from 2010: Community Whether its re-building a Community Center … read more