What I’ve learned from speaking to so many creators over the years is that to run a successful campaign, you need to:
- Dream BIG
- Take action
If you do that, anything is possible!
It’s even possible to surpass your goal without having that really perfect Kickstarter page or getting tied in planning for every.tiny.detail.of.it.
Yep, you heard right and today’s episode is an actual example of that!
We are so excited to have author and creator Phoenix Grey on the show to speak about how she turned her fantasy game, Lewd Dungeon Adventures, into a six-figure success story within a very, very short timeline and with limited resources!
Phoenix was writing full-time when an idea struck: she had an idea for a role-playing game that she had never seen on the market before.
In just a few months, she wrote the game, developed it, launched it… and raised over $254,376 on Kickstarter from 7700+ backers!
In this episode of the Crowdfunding Demystified podcast, you’ll hear Salvador Briggman speak to Phoenix Grey about how she managed to turn her idea into reality, get people excited about it, and blow past her funding goal.
She will share some invaluable tips for creators, including how to get backers, the dos and don’ts of doing the marketing entirely on your own, and some hard-won lessons she learned from shipping her product internationally.
If you have an idea for a physical product, a publishing project, a board game, or have a hobby that you’ve always dreamt to turn into a full-time job, listen to today’s story because I think that there is a lot you can take away from it!
Grab a pen and paper, and get ready to be inspired!
Resources and Tools Mentioned on the Show
- Book a Coaching Call
- Free Kickstarter Training Videos
- The Kickstarter Launch Formula Audiobook
- Fulfillrite: Kickstarter and crowdfunding reward fulfillment services. They come highly recommended! Download their free shipping and fulfillment checklist.
- Lewd Dungeon Adventures
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