The main factor of crowdfunding successfully is creating compelling rewards that relate to your project. People want to give you money, and these rewards should inspire them to open their wallets and help. These should be creative and romantic, but not too complicated.
Here's some of the best rewards, seen on the web :
1) Kris White wanted to write a graphic novel - The 36.
2) Ted Rall, an american journalist and cartoonist, needed $25,000 to get Afghanistan and write a book of cartoons on what was actually happening there.
3) Emily Richmond wanted to travel the globe by boat - 24,000 miles in 24 months - and her rewards ranged from an origami boat, to a sailor hat, to a polaroid taken in one of her many destinations and posted back to the lucky pledger.
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