Tuesday, December 18, 2012
KickStarter is a community funded platform for ideas. For someone with an idea but has no money, put together a presentation and showcase your thoughts and you will have 30 days to try to raise the money. For someone with money but no idea, browse other campaigns to find one that sparks your interest. Even if you don't have money or an idea but have a curiosity to watch something bud and grow then there are many people who could use $1 of support. Each campaign sets a make or break point in determining how much they need to start. If this minimum is not reached the project will not be funded, no money will change paid to the campaigner and as a supporter no money will be collected from you. But, if the minimum has been reached or even exceeded, the project will get its funding.
The campaigns are grouped into different areas of interest: Art, Comics, Design, Games, Technology and more. Discover something new and when you are ready Start an idea of your own.
A point of warning though. Please research what you see on this site. There are many good ideas that need your help but it is up to you to determine if they can complete what it is they say. Ask yourself what it is you are getting back for your investment. With different investment levels you can choose how much you risk.
I have no affiliation with the above mentioned website(s). I only wish to share it.