How To Make $502,000 In 30 Days Through Crowdfunding

Greg Jacobs used crowdfunding to pre-sell $502,000 for a product idea he had…

The best part is that he was able to sell nearly half a million dollars for a product he wasn't even done creating!

His product was so successful, he even turned down the popular TV show, Shark Tank who was pursuing him to come on the show.

Crowdfunding is a brilliant way for entrepreneurs, inventors, and creators to raise capital without having to take out a loan at a bank, or raise capital from angel investors or venture capitalists.

Here's a valuable new interview where Greg explains how he did it, and how anyone can use crowdfunding to sell products fast:

Here's how it works…

Step 1. You create a campaign for your product on a crowdfunding website.

Step 2. People pre-purchase your product or donate small (or large) amounts of money.

Step 3. You're able to fund the cost of creating your product with the pre-sale and donation revenue.

Brilliant, right!?

Now, crowdfunding isn't new. People have been “crowd funding” for a long time. For example, people used the power of crowdfunding to raise money for the Statue Of Liberty!

Today, people are using crowdfunding websites to launch consumer products, books, movies, and just about anything you can think of…

In This Interview, Greg Explains:

  • How He Made $350,000 In 30 Days With His First Crowdfunding Product
  • The 3 Steps For Running A Successful Crowdfunding Campaign
  • Why 9 Out Of 10 People Who Try To Raise Money With Crowdfunding Fail
  • How To Use Crowdfunding Even If You Don't Have A Product To Sell Yet
  • Why Crowdfunding Is Funding More Projects Than Angel Investing & Venture Capital
  • How Crowdfunding Can Immediately Raise Sales By 100%


Grab Greg's 5-Step Crowdfunding Checklist Here


About The Author

Chris Dunn is the founder of Skill Incubator. He is an active investor and entrepreneur with the mission of helping people learn Skills to thrive in today's economy. Chris spends his time testing and building multiple streams of income and investing the profits. Read more here.