There are three main ways you can crowdfund. Here's a quick rundown.
Equity-based corwdfunding is when you ask a crowd to donate to your business in exchange for equity
Equity-based crowdfunding is a fast, efficient, and easy way for entreprenteurs and start-ups to generate investment opportunities
The crowds to pursue in equity-based crowdfunding are shareholders, stockholders, and investors interested in your area of business.
Asking a crowd to donate to your project in exchange for rewards of value, such as an e-card, recognition in the credits of a movie, a t-shirt, or the finished product.
Donation based crowdfunding projects can be great for all types of creative artists, developers, filmmakers, writers, and inventors.
Crowds to look for to fund your creative project are avid fans, philathropists, gadget lovers, and experimental investors.
Asking a crowd to donate to your business or project in exchange for financial return and/or interest at a future date.
Debt-based crowdfunding is a way for business owners, start-ups, inventors, and entrepreneurs to start off.
The crowds that will be involved with debt-based crowdfunding are mostly investors and entrepreneurs.