When it comes to crowdfunding, there are a lot of platforms to choose from. Kickstarter and Indiegogo are two of the most popular options, but which one is better – Kickstarter or Indiegogo? In this blog post, we will compare the two platforms and help you decide which one is right for you.
Both Kickstarter and Indiegogo have their pros and cons, so let’s take a look at each platform in more detail:
– kickstarter fees are higher than indiegogo fees
– kickstarter requires all projects to be approved by staff before they can be launched
– kickstarter has a larger audience than indiegogo (this means kickstarter has more traffic and more people looking for projects to fund)
– kickstarter allows you to set a delivery date for your product, but this can be difficult because there’s no guarantee that it will arrive on time or at all. This could lead customers to feeling cheated out of their money if they don’t get what they paid for.
– kickstarter is only available to Creators in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Spain, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Mexico
– kickstarter doesn’t allow charities or non profits – only businesses with products/services
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IndieGoGo is an online fundraising platform where anyone can create their own campaign to raise money for anything from personal expenses like medical bills and tuition, to creative projects like films, games, and music.
– indiegogo fees are lower than kickstarter fees
– indiegogo does not require all projects to be approved by staff before they can be launched
– indiegogo has a smaller audience than kickstarter (this means there are less people looking for projects to fund)
– indiegogo allows you to set a delivery date for your product, but this can also be difficult because there’s no guarantee that it will arrive on time or at all. This could lead customers to feeling cheated out of their money if they don’t get what they paid for.
– Indiegogo is available in more countries than Kickstarter
– Indiegogo allows charities and non profits – making it the better option for those types of campaigns
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Conclusion: Kickstarter or Indiegogo?
So, which platform is better for you? If you are looking to raise money for a business with products or services, Kickstarter would be the better option. If you are looking to raise money for a creative project, charity, or non profit, Indiegogo would be the better option.
Thanks for reading! We hope this blog post has helped you decide which platform is right for your crowdfunding campaign. Now the ball is in your court. Which platform do you plan using for your next project, Kickstarter or Indiegogo?