Now that your project page is looking good, you need to build a plan to connect with your Crowd. Whom you should contact firs? Friends and Family? Colleagues at work or strangers on the street or Internet? Of course the best way to share information about your project with the people you know.
On this chart you can have some idea whom to talk first.
Now think about which communication tools are best for each group. For example, who do you usually reach via email, who’s best to reach by phone or on Facebook? Add these notes to your network map.
When spreading the word about your Crowdfunding project, always start with the people closest to you, before engaging with others. People who already know you are more likely to support your project than those who don’t.
Similarly, people who are already aware of your business are also more likely to engage than those who are not. As your project starts gaining momentum, it’ll begin to look more attractive to people outside of your own network. Be patient – get some pledges before posting publicly on social media.
Remember that you need to win people over. Take the time to start conversations and engage with people personally. Spamming doesn’t work.
When you publish your project on platform Rengita it is created ripple effects, because many people will be supporting it, and our unique formula helps to do it more effectively.