How Eric Mann Persevered Over 3 Fail Projects on Kickstarter and Raised Over $20K in His Last 2 Projects Combined
He had launched a total of 5 Kickstarter projects, the first 3 did not reach the funding goals. He then launched 2 projects around the same time recently, got both project funded and raised more than $20,000+ combined.
ZenFire is sand garden of fire for your backyard. (Funding will end today Mar 12th!) – http://kck.st/xXYI53
Bendi is a flexible iPad stand with a bendable arm which allows you to position your iPad however you want. (Also work for other tablet devices, not just for iPad) -http://kck.st/yBlKRu
This is what you will learn from this interview:
- What Eric learned from the 3 projects that fell short of his funding goals
- Why he launched two projects in an unrelated niche at around the same time
- Despite of managing two projects and still got both of them funded
- How he came up with his product ideas
- Eric walked us through step by step of how he prototype ZenFire and Bendi so you will know what you need to prototype a product
- Eric’s biggest take away on launching a project on Kickstarter or on any crowd funding websites
Here is the interview:
Although, Eric fell short of funding his first 3 projects, it didn’t cost him much, was able to relaunched one of the product and successfully funded the project the second time around.
Kickstarter is a great way to test your product ideas and pre-sale your product to the market before you invest heavily to manufacture an untested product and will save you tons of time and money.
Crowd funding is revolutionizing how new product is created and launched and this trend is just getting started.
You know that product idea which had been sitting in the back of your mind?
Maybe it is your time to give it a shot.
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