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Published on May 14, 2012
We recently announced the JOBS ACT, signed into law April 5, which will make crowdfunding easier to obtain. Crowdfunding collects money online from multiple donors to support your business or a specific project. Sites like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo have raised millions for entrepreneurs and are becoming an increasingly popular way to fund projects. For example, the film Love for Lust was funded through Kickstarter, exceeding its original $70,000 goal by raising $101,000 from1,519 supporters. Fran Kranz, who worked on the project, said, "I knew what Kickstarter was, but it kind of all blows me away with all the capabilities of the Internet. I just feel like the playing field has been leveled with the Internet.” “There’s no limit to what you can pull off with things like Kickstarter,” Kranz added. While Kickstarter focuses on creative projects, IndieGoGo says it’s for “all types of campaigns” – from supporting a class trip for Costa Rican teenagers to helping hard-luck individuals pay their medical bills. IndieGoGo has a section reserved for entrepreneurial campaigns and a subsection just for small businesses. Some of their small business campaigns include: