This course covers the in's and out's of launching a successful AIM Hatchfund crowdfunding campaign.
All instruction is taught via screen share, video, and assessments. We are Hatchfund, and we want to help artists like you achieve your dreams.
The course takes about one day to complete from start to finish, however, we suggest going at your own pace.
Here are the three main objectives of the course.
1. Research and development
2. Building content and creating social streams
3. Managing your campaign for success.
Hatchfund has an unmatched success rate of 75% because we provide educational services like this as well as one-on-one support to every artist. You should consider Hatchfund when comparing your funding options. Not only will we give you access to this course when you become an approved artist, but we will also help you raise the awareness of your campaign and receive more money. We've helped artists like you raise over $8.9 million dollars.
You should take this course if you don't want to waste time trying to figure out what works. Not-for-profit crowdfunding has special perks in itself. Combining tax deductibility with Hatchfund's unique one-on-one coaching makes Hatchfund's platform the best opportunity for you and your supporters.WHAT'S IN THE COURSE?
AIM Hatchfund is a not for profit crowdfunding platform, committed to helping artists fund their dreams. Launching your crowdfunding campaign on Hatchfund means that you'll have access to great resources like:
This course will cover:
Hatchfund is different from the other crowdfunding websites because of how we see crowdfunding, approach fundraising and how we create results.
Hatchfund maintains a high level of success by offering education, match funds, one on one support.
Organizing your audience can be done through breaking down the critical elements of a campaign.
Fundraising goals are the foundation of your campaign.
A proposal wouldn't be complete without a line item budget.
Crafting a proposal will include how lay out a project proposal.
Organizing your resources is the most important part of your digital media production.
A project video begins with a proper script. Your script should be about:
Creating a campaign video comes down to three critical elements:
Along with your campaign video, you should also be creating at least 10 different additional assets. Here are two great free resources to create these:
Perks are a great way to offer rewards to your donors. There are four main things to address:
Setting your crowdfunding campaign up for success comes down to developing a proper timeline. An example of a timeline would be:
Leveraging local network and reaching out beyond your network will be tremendously easier if you schedule out your social media post. Two resources with free trials:
Organize your like minded friends, and people who you can rely on into a private facebook group. This is helpful because:
Invite all your friends on facebook to like your project page without having to click invite on each friend.
Use your linkedin contacts to populate your email blast list.
Mass emails are a great way to get the word out about your campaign.
Three ways to facilitate your efforts:
What to include in your email blasts:
Using your outreach MAP is a great way to quantify your efforts.
Distributing several well crafted press releases can be one of the best ways to spread the word and reach potential donors outside of your network.
Utalizing hashtags can be a great way to join conversations that are already happening. This lecture will go over:
Updating your campaign can really help your campaigns long game. Three examples:
Updating your campaign is a great way to spur engagement and maintain traction. This can be done by:
Hi I am Dillon! I joined AIM Hatchfund in 2015 as a Program Officer to help artists fund their dreams. In 2014, I worked on a crowdfunding campaign for a debut rock album. I immediately became enthralled with the accessibility that crowdfunding provides, especially for aspiring artists.