Tag: updates

Introducing Update Reactions: A new way to interact with backers

Do you send regular updates to your backers? If you don’t, you’re missing out on an important opportunity to keep backers happy and engaged with your campaign. In the crowdfunding world, good communication is key — especially when it comes to keeping your supporters up-to-date on your campaign. Now, Indiegogo’s new and improved Update Reactions … read more

Indiegogo Insight: Campaigns That Take These Six Actions Raise 8 Times More Money Than Campaigns That Don’t

Campaigns that take those six actions raise 8 times more money than campaigns that don’t. What do these six actions have in common? They show that you are committed to your campaign and are investing time and effort to ensure it succeeds! Here is some advice on how to approach taking these six actions: Have … read more

Indiegogo Insight: Raise 80% More Money With a Team Than by Yourself

Indiegogo campaigns with 2 or more people working on them raise 80% more money than those with only one person. Campaigns with 4 or more people raise 138% more than those with only one. 30% of campaigns on Indiegogo have teams, yet team campaigns make up 57% of campaigns which exceed their funding goal. Building … read more

Indiegogo Insight: Campaign Updates Every 1-5 Days Doubles Contributions

Campaign owners that provide an update at least once every 5 days raise 218% as much money as campaign owners that update less often.   As we’ve shown before, the more updates you send out the more money you raise. In fact, campaigns which send out updates daily reach, on average, more than 100% their … read more

IndieGoGo Insight: Campaigns that send 11 or more updates, raise 137% more money.

This Insight has Been Updated: Click Here to See Updated Post On average, the campaigns on IndieGoGo that send 11 or more updates to their contributors, raise 137% more money then projects that don't. This results in over $1000 more money towards their funding goal.   Most funding campaigns are centered around an ongoing project … read more