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Crowdfunding is an effective and common practice for raising money and funding a cause. But things sometimes might fall flat. See some representative examples of successful and failed crowdfunding cases.
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Working capital is vital for a small business to keep running in a harsh economic context. In the aftermath of 2008 recession, residues of financial insecurity are still clogging entrepreneurs’ decision to move on and take advantage of new opportunities in the credit market. This report will help you realize the situation and the potentials.
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Social media and especially Facebook have largely contribute to the efforts of non-profits for fundrainsing. Read a comprehensive 2012 recap for social giving and crowd funding.
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Utilizing the social media power for social good is the next challenge in uniting people for a common cause. Have a look at successful social campaigns and learn how to implement a social cause strategy.
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It’s the power of co-working. Crowdsourcing is about breaking work into pieces and outsourcing and building a creative community. See some popular projects in history that were fueled from crowdsourcing.