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text 2016-10-26 07:53
Crowdfund King Review: My Journey to $25K

Hi Mike Lauchlan here, I wanted to review my Crowdfund King program with you. In case you haven’t been to any of my Live Crowdfunding Bootcamp events, I’m going to take you through my program from start to finish.

 

First off, what is crowdfunding and how can it change your life? Let me tell you a story about how I launched my first business and changed my life forever. I was a broke college student about to graduate from UC Riverside. I wasn’t sure what I was going to do after graduating, I just knew one thing: I didn’t want to get stuck working some crappy job. You may click crowdfunding king to learn more.

 

I knew entrepreneurism was the ticket to getting everything I wanted in life: financial freedom, freedom to travel, independence, and a quality lifestyle. I had a lot of drive and vision, but what I needed was a path to success. I was grinding and grinding trying to make my first venture work: a brand of sustainable bamboo sunglasses called Waybu. But it just wasn’t working.

 

I knew that I couldn’t make a living with a business that hadn’t fully launched yet. But I also knew that if I started working a day job that I’d probably just keep putting it off. Then I discovered crowdfunding. Crowdfunding allowed me to go all in, and focus 100% in an all or nothing type of business launch. I saw other entrepreneurs doing very well with this little known method. So I dove in and learned everything I could. I even interviewed and met other successful crowdfunders and internet marketers to learn their secrets.

 

My research paid off. I launched my crowdfunding project and raised nearly $25,000 in just 3 weeks on Indiegogo. It was a huge success for me. I finally didn’t have to worry about my business going under. I could focus on growth and actually start thriving. I finally had the money to spend on real marketing and the proper equipment to start making some real money.

 

Since launching my first crowdfunding project for Waybu sunglasses, I have helped thousands of entrepreneurs create, launch, and promote their own crowdfunding projects. I believe crowdfunding solves the #1 obstacle for new entrepreneurs: money! In my experience as a successful entrepreneur, money solves all problems. In my crowdfund king program I show you my exact methods that to raising tens of thousands of dollars quickly to help launch your business ideas.

 

I’m on the lookout for new crowdfunding ideas to launch. If you’re interested in launching a business with crowdfunding then you should apply for my program. I’m looking to work with a select number of motivated entrepreneurs who want to take their business ideas to the next level. Apply online at Michael Lauchlan.

 

 

 

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text 2016-10-06 07:42
Crowdfund King Review: My Journey to $25K

 

Hi Mike Lauchlan here, I wanted to review my Crowdfund King program with you. In case you haven’t been to any of my Live Crowdfunding Bootcamp events, I’m going to take you through my program from start to finish.

 

First off, what is crowdfunding and how can it change your life? Let me tell you a story about how I launched my first business and changed my life forever. I was a broke college student about to graduate from UC Riverside. I wasn’t sure what I was going to do after graduating, I just knew one thing: I didn’t want to get stuck working some crappy job. You may click crowdfunding king to learn more.

 

I knew entrepreneurism was the ticket to getting everything I wanted in life: financial freedom, freedom to travel, independence, and a quality lifestyle. I had a lot of drive and vision, but what I needed was a path to success. I was grinding and grinding trying to make my first venture work: a brand of sustainable bamboo sunglasses called Waybu. But it just wasn’t working.

 

I knew that I couldn’t make a living with a business that hadn’t fully launched yet. But I also knew that if I started working a day job that I’d probably just keep putting it off. Then I discovered crowdfunding. Crowdfunding allowed me to go all in, and focus 100% in an all or nothing type of business launch. I saw other entrepreneurs doing very well with this little known method. So I dove in and learned everything I could. I even interviewed and met other successful crowdfunders and internet marketers to learn their secrets.

 

My research paid off. I launched my crowdfunding project and raised nearly $25,000 in just 3 weeks on Indiegogo. It was a huge success for me. I finally didn’t have to worry about my business going under. I could focus on growth and actually start thriving. I finally had the money to spend on real marketing and the proper equipment to start making some real money.

 

Since launching my first crowdfunding project for Waybu sunglasses, I have helped thousands of entrepreneurs create, launch, and promote their own crowdfunding projects. I believe crowdfunding solves the #1 obstacle for new entrepreneurs: money! In my experience as a successful entrepreneur, money solves all problems. In my crowdfund king program I show you my exact methods that to raising tens of thousands of dollars quickly to help launch your business ideas.

 

I’m on the lookout for new crowdfunding ideas to launch. If you’re interested in launching a business with crowdfunding then you should apply for my program. I’m looking to work with a select number of motivated entrepreneurs who want to take their business ideas to the next level. Apply online at Michael Lauchlan.

 

 

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text 2016-04-06 16:07
Help Rosarium Publishing Reach the Next Level

(reblogged from Troy L. Wiggins)

 

 

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“I believe it’s imperative that people are able to tell their own stories. They can build their own tables rather than ask for a place at the table.” – Bill Campbell, founder, Rosarium Publishing.

 

The last few years has seen the rise of many public conversations in media and fan spaces surrounding the far-fetched idea that stories about marginalized groups/featuring characters from marginalized groups/developed by creators from marginalized groups deserve as much consideration as stories who are borne of creators not from these groups. There is much ado about diversity, and many publishing houses, comic book companies, game developers, and tv/film studios are clamoring to become more diverse. There are some studios, however, who have been committed to prioritizing these stories and properties since they began. Rosarium Publishing is one of those places. And now, Rosarium needs our help to do more and better work.

 

From the folks themselves:

In just 3 short years, Rosarium has been able to produce several critically-acclaimed projects such as Mothership: Tales from Afrofuturism and Beyond, Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R. Delany, The SEA Is Ours: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia, and APB: Artists against Police Brutality; many of their titles are a being read in high school and college classrooms across the country and the company has been mentioned, reviewed, and featured in literary publications such as Publishers Weekly, Chicago Tribune, Library Journal, Locus, Boston Globe, Washington Post, countless websites and blogs as well as The New York Times. Projects such as the indie comic DayBlack and the crime novel Making Wolf have also won literary awards.
Rosarium has been able to accomplish all this through hard work, fan support and print-on-demand. Rosarium, whose books are now distributed to stores by IPG, has been so successful that demand has now dictated that a switch to offset printing is now necessary to get more of their work to the masses sooner and that is where their new crowdfunding campaign comes in.

 

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text 2015-08-20 02:12
The Mercy Giver is officially part of The Nerdist Collection Contest!

‪#‎Supernatural‬: The Mercy Giver is now officially part of the Nerdist Collection Contest held in conjunction with Inkshares. 

 

From Inkshares' website

 

"In continuation of the success of our first Sci-Fi & Fantasy Contest, Inkshares will publish the top five science fiction and fantasy projects submitted after August 15 with the most unique reader pre-orders by 12:00 p.m. PST, September 30th. Nerdist will choose their favorite from that five and include it in their new collection on Inkshares.

 

The book selected for the Nerdist Collection will receive promotion from Nerdist, Nerdist branding, an exclusive excerpt feature on Nerdist.com, and an opportunity to develop their work into other media such as movies, TV series, and digital productions. All five winners will have their book published and distributed into independent bookstores, Amazon, Apple, and Barnes & Noble."

 

The Mercy Giver is standing on seven pre-orders, which is nice, but it'll need to move faster. Thus, my friends, if you would be so kind, please visit and show some love. The novel is begging to be born.

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