The goal, Kickstarter says, is to help prevent entrepreneurs from over-promising and disappointing backers by not delivering, like some popular projects have been accused of. By forcing submitters to think through the challenges and be transparent about current progress, they're discouraging unrealistic projects and elevating the creatives who have the skills to ship product as promised and turn their dreams into reality.
To date, Kickstarter says it has raised more than $311 million to fund more than 30,000 projects.
Want to get your business going on Kickstarter Clone ? You'll have to follow these new rules:
1. Identify risks and challenges.
Kickstarter has added a new section to the project page called "Risks and Challenges." Here, you'll list the potential problems involved in seeing your piece through to completion. Are raw materials hard to find? Is there a lot of handwork involved? Do you need permissions you don't already have?
Once you identify the problems, you need to counter with your ability to solve them. Have you successfully completed a similar project? Do you have alternative material options? What's the back-up plan?
This section is about selling yourself -- not the product. Prove to people that you're up to the challenge and your backers will have more confidence you'll be able to weather the challenges ahead.
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