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Top 12 indiegogo campaigns of 2012

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Top 12 indiegogo campaigns of 2012

Postby Charles » Thu Jan 03, 2013 9:32 am

Kickstarter isn't the only place where crowdfunding is changing the dynamics of how business is done. Across a wide spectrum of interests this system is helping many more people, groups and organizations get their projects and ideas off the ground.

Another leading crowdfunding site is indiegogo. Here are the venue's Top 12 funded projects for 2012...

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1. Let’s Build a Goddamn Tesla Museum
$1,370,461 of an $850,000 goal
http://www.indiegogo.com/teslamuseum

2. Lets Give Karen -The bus monitor- H Klein A Vacation!
$703,123 of a $5000 goal
http://www.indiegogo.com/loveforkarenhklein

3. Misfit Shine: an elegant, wireless activity tracker
$590,533 of a $100,000 Goal
http://www.indiegogo.com/misfitshine

4. BugASalt – The Final Push
$577,491 of a $15,000 Goal
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/161050

5. Rebuild the Joplin Mosque
$410,662 of a $250,000 Goal
http://www.indiegogo.com/joplinmosqueofficial

6. Pe' Sla: Help Save Lakota Sioux Sacred Land!
$388,482 of a $1,000,000 Goal
(Because indiegogo offers flexible funding a campaign can get monetized even though it may not reach its goal)
http://www.indiegogo.com/PeSla-LakotaHeartland

7. 1:Face Watch
$357,618 of a $25,000 Goal
http://www.indiegogo.com/1facewatch

8. HONY & Tumblr Hurricane Sandy Fundraiser
$318,530 of a $100,000 Goal
http://www.indiegogo.com/HONYTumblr

9. Ready to Believe: Anderson Relief Fund
$265,264 of a $250,000 Goal
http://www.indiegogo.com/readytobelieve

10. Allegiance the Musical - World Premiere Production
$158,272 of a $50,000 Goal
http://www.indiegogo.com/The-Old-Globe- ... he-Musical

11. StarForge
$135,453 of a $75,000 Goal
http://www.indiegogo.com/starforge

12. Who Gives A Crap – toilet paper that builds toilets
$66,548 of a $50,000 Goal
http://www.indiegogo.com/whogivesacrap

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You can see the Top 12 indiegogo campaigns for 2012 listed comprehensively at this link...

http://blog.indiegogo.com/2012/12/top12.html?i=manl


Crowdfunding is more than just a novel trend that will eventually fade away. It's a system of venture capitalization that very quickly has become a powerful and significant alternative to what we knew before and is making a big impact in how business is done.

These 12 campaigns alone total $5,342,437 is combined funding! That is not chump change folks! And when added to the astounding totals we've been seeing with Kickstarter campaigns along with the successful crowdfunding results of many other sites dedicated to the same purpose the figure goes way way up from there.

We are in a new era of doing things. Crowdfunding is the most important development to affect our industry since the advent of digital production technology. That's how strongly I feel about it based upon what I'm seeing.

This is indeed something to celebrate and to utilize!
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