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Friday, March 3, 2017

Types of Campaigns Allowed



Indiegogo offers two funding options for your crowdfunding campaign, fixed and flexible.

A fixed funding campaign is also known as an “all or nothing” crowdfunding campaign.

When raising money for an all or nothing crowdfunding campaign, you will only receive the pledges that you have accumulated throughout the duration of the campaign if you meet your fundraising goal.

This means you absolutely must hit your goal before the clock winds down.

For example, if you have a fundraising goal of $10,000 and have only raised $9,000 by the end of your 30-day campaign, you will not receive any funds and your backers will not have their credit cards charged.

When raising money for a flexible funding campaign, you will receive the pledges that you have accumulated throughout the duration of the campaign, even if you do not meet your fundraising goal.

For example, if you raise $4,000 in 30 days with a $5,000 goal, you would still be allowed to keep the $4,000 and your backers’ credit cards would be charged.

They place projects into the following categories: Animals, Art, Comic, Community, Dance, Design, Education, Environment, Fashion, Film, Food, Gaming, Health, Music, Photography, Politics, Religion, Small Business, Sports, Technology, Theatre, Transmedia, Video/Web, and Writing.

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