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#ActualPython Blue

Posted 27 January 2013 - 12:01 AM

I had posted to this topic not realizing the original poster wasn't asking for advice about whether to start crowdfunding. Apologies.

 

As for the advice that was asked for: personally, in case freelancers, such as composers like me, will ask for more than you expect to be paid upfront, I would have the goal higher than what you think would be the minimum funds, but not by too much that it deters possible donors.


#4Python Blue

Posted 27 January 2013 - 12:00 AM

I had posted to this topic not realizing the original poster wasn't asking for advice about whether to start crowdfunding. Apologies.

 

As for the advice that was asked for: personally, in the probable case that freelancers, such as composers like me, will ask for more than you expect to be paid upfront, I would have the goal higher than what you think would be the minimum funds, but not by too much that it deters possible donors.


#3Python Blue

Posted 26 January 2013 - 11:58 PM

I had posted to this topic not realizing the original poster wasn't asking for advice about whether to start crowdfunding. Apologies.


#2Python Blue

Posted 26 January 2013 - 11:57 PM

I had posted to this topic not realizing the original poster wasn't asking for advice. Apologies.


#1Python Blue

Posted 26 January 2013 - 11:52 PM

Personally, when it comes to crowd funding, I have more reason to go with Indiegogo. Kickstarter will only allow donations for your campaign if they think it's good; plus, Indiegogo accepts PayPal.

 

As for funds to raise to pay a team, my advice would be to make the goal higher than the minimum funds you think you'll need, but not by too much that it deters possible donors. Reason being if you have freelancers, usually including composers like myself, you won't know for certain how much they'll charge if they request to be paid upfront.


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