Running a Kickstarter campaign is exciting, but difficult! Knowing where to start and what to do doesn’t come easy. That’s why we’ve put together this list of articles to help you run the crowdfunding campaign of your dreams.
Creating a board game can be incredibly complicated. You have to design a great game, play-test it, market it, and – oh yeah – manufacture it too!
It’s tough to know where to start when it comes to board game manufacturing. What goes on in the overseas warehouses where the magic happens often goes unseen.
Superbackers know the drill. Back a campaign and it arrives 3 months late. Nothing new. But now, it seems like every Kickstarter is late. What’s going on?
Got Kickstarter ambitions? Check out these tabletop board game statistics to help you know what you’re getting into with this $234M industry.
Kickstarter creators can book their own freight now. It’s a game changer! Read this if you’re thinking about using a freight marketplace.
Gamefound specializes in crowdfunding board games and works to bring creators the platform to seamlessly communicate with their intended community.
Kickstarter has been a gift to many business owners over the last decade. The crowdfunding giant allows people to introduce a product or service to the market while mitigating financial risks. The main way it does this is through the “raise your goal amount, or no one’s card is charged” model.
As great as some of these campaigns are, though, one piece of information often gets overlooked…
Most Kickstarters don’t fulfill on time.
There are so many ways that you can get your business up and running, especially in 2021. With eCommerce booming because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the question of the day has changed from “should I sell online” to “what’s the best way to sell online?”
In this post, I discuss the benefits of running a crowdfunding campaign before launching a product line via eCommerce. This way, we can evaluate which option is best suited to meet your business needs.
Stretch goals are a wonderful way of keeping a Kickstarter campaign exciting after it funds. However, knowing which stretch goals to choose is a formidable task. Choose wisely and you’ll please your backers by making a better board game. Choose unwisely and you might end up paying big, unexpected bills and delaying fulfillment.
In this post, we’ll talk about how you can choose realistic stretch goals so you can avoid unexpected bills and slow shipping.
But what happens if you raise way more money crowdfunding than you need? Do you pocket the excess revenue? Some people do, but that’s not necessarily in keeping with the spirit of Kickstarter. That’s why many project creators choose have one or more…
Kickstarter is a tight-knit community that’s built around a passion for bringing ideas to life. So how do you stand out from the crowd in crowdfunding?
If your Kickstarter campaign ships internationally, you will have to deal with customs & VAT. Do it incorrectly and you may wind up wasting a lot of money.
Crowdfunding isn’t going anywhere! Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Patreon, or GoFundMe – people are asking which crowdfunding platform best suits their needs.
The idea of doubling your Kickstarter funding sounds completely ridiculous. In fact, I’d never normally never run such a bold headline on the Fulfillrite blog. Then I met David Silva, creator of Creative Beast, LLC, long-time Fulfillrite client, and – oh yeah – a guy who doubled his already massive Kickstarter funding.
Board games are really, really hot right now on Kickstarter. In fact, over $200 million were pledged to games in 2018 and the rise of tabletop games has played a big role.
Kickstarter has seen profound success on a scale no one could have anticipated. After 10 years of Kickstarter, we look back and see what we can learn.
At Fulfillrite, we spend a lot of time thinking about supply chain management. Fulfilling board games after a Kickstarter campaign is a good example.
Do you ever feel like Kickstarter campaigns are always late? It’s not your imagination. We’ve worked with Sal of CrowdCrux to identify 5 common bottlenecks.
When giving away a board game, we asked “what confuses you most about board game fulfillment?” We’ve taken your common questions and answered them here.
Estimating costs is one of the most confusing parts of running a Kickstarter. Among the most difficult costs to estimate are Kickstarter fulfillment costs.