There’s a new hybrid in town. It has the head of a startup and the body of a crowdfunding campaign. This is a confluence that can create weirdness, like the first all-pug dog production of Hamlet, but it also supports entrepreneurs and creative media makers who might not otherwise find their voices or an audience.
Is this a good idea?
Some might argue that there are plenty of ideas that should not see the light of day. There’s no denying that the great power of the Internet is its leveled playing field where just about anybody gains admission, and the great weakness of the Internet is its leveled playing field, where just about anybody gains admission.
You probably want to know if crowdfunding your startup is a good idea or not, so let’s get right to that.
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