Manage Your Campaign

//Manage Your Campaign

June 2013

We need your help to reach 14 million Cancer Survivors

By |June 14th, 2013|Corporate Innovation, Crowdfunding, Crowds that Care, ePatients, Funding, Healthcare, Healthcare & Social Media, Manage Your Campaign, Projects, Use Social Media|

To make the best new apps for cancer care, we want to get feedback and insight from patients and doctors who want to give or get better cancer care. Makes sense right? Ask your customers what ideas and features they like best and you will get a better product. But how do we connect innovators [...]

February 2013

The Big Finish: Top Ten Things You Should Do When Your Crowdfunding Campaign is Coming to a Close

By |February 23rd, 2013|CrowdCamp, Crowdfunding, How To, Manage Your Campaign, Projects|

A Big Finish to a campaign can add that last 70% of your funding, especially if you have already achieved significant traction.  You now have critical mass and you are ready for a nice big finish that is the sweet spot for most successful campaigns. Finishing off your campaign strong can only lead to great [...]

August 2012

MedStartr School: Using LinkedIn Effectively

By |August 14th, 2012|Healthcare, How To, Manage Your Campaign, Use Social Media|

Updated 8/25/2013 LinkedIn allows people to create their ideal professional networks. It is a platform for developing yourself as a thought leader and positioning your product or company and content as important in contemporary discussions. A key feature of LinkedIn are its groups — did you know you can share your content in [...]

July 2012

MedStartr School: How to drive everyone to your project: Get emBedded!

By |July 21st, 2012|Alzheimer's Disease, Crowds that Care, How To, Manage Your Campaign|

Crowdfunding isn’t something you learned in your school days, so we are starting our own Crowdfunding Academy, a MedStartr School.  Within this coursework you will learn all the methods that work and can even teach the class after 45 days and a successful project.  We are learning everyday ourselves, so post suggestions if you have [...]