It was the final week of his campaign for DIARY OF NIGHT, and the funding total sat at a seemingly insurmountable $2,000 shy of his goal. With the clock ticking, Will had a difficult choice to make: cancel the campaign and try again later, or double down on his efforts to secure a win at all costs.
Will dug deep and doubled-down.
Will had already tried—unsuccessfully—to fund DIARY OF NIGHT once, so the thought of cancelling didn’t appeal to him. But the task ahead seemed daunting.
“That last week was brutal. By this point, I was nearing exhaustion, and still had around $2,000 to go to meet the goal. I still had hope, though. I had a backer that I knew I could depend...
After years of posting her comic, THE VELIGENT, online, she was ready to launch her first Kickstarter and put it into print. But as she built out her campaign, too many fears swirled around her head.
What if she didn’t make her goal? What if she overlooked an important detail? What if there was a hidden expense she hadn’t accounted for?
What if, what if, what if…!
She shouldn’t have been so worried.
The phenomenal success of Melody’s Kickstarter just goes to show: it’s never too soon to start building your audience.
“We have been publishing my art for about forty years, so I have a following… I have also been posting the...