Potato Salad, Creativity, and Crowdfunding

This month Kickstarter was taken by storm when a silly campaign by Zack “Danger” Brown called Potato Salad went up online. No video. A crappy stock image. Ridiculous perks. Ahem… […]


Financing Alternatives for Women-owned Businesses

Today I am thrilled to share a guest post about crowdfunding specifically for women in business. This guest post is by Brenda Bazan and Nancy Hayes, the co-founders of MoolaHoop, and outlines […]


For the Love of It: Emotional Crowdfunding

In The New York Times article, Why In The World Would You Ever Give Money Through Kickstarter?, Rob Trump writes about economist Lewis Hyde. He states: “In 1983, Lewis Hyde, […]


Looking to hire? Advice from a new boss:

While I try to stick to original content on my blog, sometimes I stumble on advice so good (and so fitting in my own business) that I have to re-post. […]


Sage advice for Creative Crowdfunders

Rena Tom her dynamic team of collaborators just celebrated reaching their $30,000 goal on Kickstarter for Makeshift Society’s recent crowdfunding campaign for their expansion into Brooklyn. Congrats, MakeshiftBK! When Rena […]


Thinking of Video Marketing? Seven Surprising Tips

Have you ever thought about making a video series for your creative endeavor? I recently finished my own series, iNDie Chats. I thought it’d be similar to blogging… but turns […]



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