Business Tips: #AskGaryVee Episode 23: How to Market a Kickstarter Campaign

Business Tips: #AskGaryVee Episode 23: How to Market a Kickstarter Campaign

Awesome Tip: #AskGaryVee Episode 23: How to Market a Kickstarter Campaign

#QOTD – What are you dressing up as for Halloween?

00:39 – Should I post articles on my blog and mention on social or post natively on sites like Linkedin, Medium, FB? or both?
03:02 – You always answer business related questions, but what is 1 life lesson you have learned since becoming a father?
05:22 – What do you think about Instagram integrating advertising?
07:35 – If the Jets were never come up for sale in your lifetime, and another NFL team does, would you buy it instead?
08:08 – How would you promote a kickstarted campaign beyond providing content to raise awareness and reach funding goal.

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Just because you decided to build a business through Kickstarter doesn’t mean you should be thinking about it’s promotion differently. Facebook Dark Posts targeting people interested in related products, Medium updates in blog form, GUEST CONTRIBUTING! Email every single blog, regardless of size, in the industry relating to your product and reach out and say “I’d like to guest contribute to your publication” in a way that’t not spammy. It’s all about creating content, and not about creating infomercials.

To many of the people watching this show, when they hear about content marketing, think “Billy Mayes infomercial.” When I think about it, I think “New York Times” or “Scandal.”

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30 Replies to “Business Tips: #AskGaryVee Episode 23: How to Market a Kickstarter Campaign”

  1. Hi Gary. I do appreciate your advice and the contents you have been teaching us. I have a question about reaching out to influencers.
    Should I straight to the point of how many percentages my business could give them in return when I send the first email?
    and see if they are interested or not. Just like the process of creating a Kickstarter campaign and promise to give backers the products in return which they clearly clarify the options.

    Thank you!

  2. How good is Gary Vee? Well, you're so good, that I would subscribe to and tap the bell for a man who says, flat out and unequivocally, "I hate Michael Jordan". Anathema by every standard in the book. But… that's just how good you are. Mad respect for what you're doin. Wish I had found you before you hit a million and a quarter subscribers. (Congrats, btw) But eh, what can you do? Mr. Steith, here. You inspire me in these initial stages of building my brand. I will be sending you a question soon. Until then, cheers man.

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