Crowd Funding Forum is a great crowdfunding industry site where you can also engage in a discussion with other project creators, track news trends, the hottest projects of the week, and also learn about equity crowdfunding. I’d recommend trying to be a bit active before going about promoting your campaign. Although you might not reach the target consumer here, you will encounter a group of people who are passionate about crowdfunding and might be willing to help you out.
Kicktraq might seem more of a tool that you can use to forecast the progress of your campaign, but it’s also good for SEO. In addition, you can submit articles that bloggers have written about you and they may appear on the front page, which will drive traffic to your campaign. I frequently scan Kickstraq for cool new projects, so you might generate blogger interest by posting on the service as well. Learn more about it here.
CrowdfundingPR is our partner website where you can submit a free or enhanced press release for your campaign or news related to crowdfunding. You budget at least 3 days from the time of submitting an inquiry to having the order delivered, though we can rush orders in some cases. Learn more about it here.
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**I recommend you post a media article of your campaign, not your actual Kickstarter link
Bloggers and other communities
Thank you Crowd Crux for putting this list together. To see the full list go to www.crowdcrux.com.
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