Tag: donations

6Qs with Julie from Apple Bottom Bakery

The success of Drive, Eat, Blog campaign saw two old friends from Washington DC embark on a cross-country culinary adventure from their hometown to San Francisco.  Wanting to turn their baking blog into a boutique bakery they needed to conduct necessary research to launch their small business.  Armed with a hungry belly their travel quest … read more

5 Ways IndieGoGo Can Boost Your Event’s Success

You may think of raising funds online and raising funds at live events (benefits, silent auctions, walks, bake sales) as two separate ballgames. But if you're currently in the planning stages of a live event designed to raise money for a cause, project, or organization, check out the ways in which IndieGoGo can help boost … read more

How to Frame Your Perks

One of the things that sets crowdfunding apart from fundraising is that, with crowdfunding, your contributors actually get something back from your campaign in the form of unique perks. Great perks motivate contributions. But even if you're not giving away an iPad you can still make your perks compelling and attractive to your potential contributors. … read more

Who’s the Hardest Working Person on Your Campaign?

Any IndieGoGo campaign owner is probably familiar with this graphic, which tells you who among your team is bringing in the most traffic through referrals (meaning, by using the 'Share' tools on your campaign homepage to spread the word about your campaign), and ultimately, raising the most money online. We've blocked out the full names … read more

San Francisco Film Society Fiscal Sponsorship for Filmmakers

Last week we talked about one of our fiscal sponsorship partners, Fractured Atlas. Today we want to highlight our other partner in fiscal sponsorship, the San Francisco Film Society. When we say "fiscal sponsorship," we mean getting your project affiliated with these larger organizations so you can take advantage of the benefits of their 501(c)(3) … read more