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What You Get For Only $5

Recently I wrote about http://Fiverr.com and how it helped me in my ebook formatting / publishing business. In the meantime I also received some very positive feedback from authors that used these services to get a boost in social marketing, to promote their blogs and websites, technical advice, help with creating a logo and even Search Engine Optimization and programming tasks for their websites. 

Valuable services in all fields of:

  • Graphics
  • Video
  • Social Marketing
  • Business
  • Technology
  • Programming

can be purchased for only $5 (in words: FIVE).  You will be amazed how useful this inexpensive help can be on your way to marketing your books and have an online presence. 

Let me and others know about your experiences with FIVERR help.

 

 

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Kickstart Your Project

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Raise Seeding Funds

I just stumpled over this website – and got hooked by a marvelous garden project, Aurora Borealis Public Garden, in Providence, RI. 

To donate funds, starting at $1, people can use either their credit card or their standing Amazon account.

Kickstarter is a funding platform focused on a broad spectrum of creative projects. – albums, films, specific works – that have clearly defined goals and expectations.

Only projects with a creative purpose.
Kickstarter can be used to fund projects from the creative fields of Art, Comics, Dance, Design, Fashion, Film, Food, Games, Music, Photography, Publishing, Technology, and Theater. We currently only support projects from these categories.

Defining Your Project
Whether it’s a book, a film, or a piece of hardware, the one trait that every Kickstarter campaign shares is that it is a project. Defining what your Kickstarter project is is the first step for every creator.

What are you raising funds to do? Having a focused and well-defined project with a clear beginning and end is vital. For example: recording a new album is a finite project — the project finishes when the band releases the album — but launching a music career is not. Kickstarter is open only to finite projects. With a precisely defined goal, expectations are transparent for both the creator and potential backers. Backers can judge how realistic the project’s goals are.

http://www.kickstarter.com/

Got any ideas???

 

 
 

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