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Code Monkey Save the World - More Kickstarter $ucce$$

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Code Monkey Save the World - More Kickstarter $ucce$$

Postby Charles » Thu Apr 18, 2013 11:07 am

Here's another example of creative individuals not in the so called mainstream of things having extraordinary success with crowdfunding.

This project is called "Code Monkey Save the World" and is a graphic novel based based upon a song.

Their goal is $39,000 for a 30 day campaign. In the first 24 hours they raised $67,045.

Here's where they're at so far...

2,841 backers pledging $112,990 of a $39,000 goal with 26 days to go!

There's no YouTube video for the project which I can embed but you can see the people behind the campaign and learn about it here... ... save-world

There's great opportunity available for all through the resource of crowdfunding. If you have a compelling project, develop your community and prepare your campaign, you stand a good chance of succeeding as well.

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