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9 Books To Read On Crowdfunding

Here are our 9 top picks for the best books to read on crowdfunding. 

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#1 Scam Seduction by Simon Benjamin

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Scam Seduction is an intriguing story about deception. We see how money in the world of big government and business is especially seductive. This novel masterfully shows the dark side of humanity contrasted by exceptional human spirit and fortitude. Simon Benjamin's powerful literary work is touching and unpredictable. Although there are times when the reader will laugh out loud, the nefarious acts of sinful people will keep you fascinated. 

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Contributor: Ryan Kenna from Austin Macauley Publishers, LLC

#2 Build Your Dream Network by J. Kelly Hoey

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A mistake people make is thinking crowd funding is just marketing and that strangers will fund your dreams. Wrong! Successful crowdfunding campaigns leverage networks and Build Your Dream Network provides a case study plus a roadmap for mapping out a network-focused crowdfunding strategy.  

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Contributor: J. Kelly Hoey from Build Your Dream Network

#3 Step by Step Crowdfunding by Joseph Hogue

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If there was a class called crowdfunding 101, Step by Step crowdfunding would be the textbook. The book walks you through conceptualizing a successful crowdfunding idea also teaches you strategies that like, how to market your ideas and how to get publicity for them. It also walks you through the one thing you may not have thought about during your campaign, how to manage your funds after you’ve managed to raise the money. 

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Contributor: Nate Masterson from Maple Holistics

#4 The Kickstarter Handbook by Don Steinberg

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The Kickstarter handbook is geared to help you understand Kickstarter as a platform and offers insights on how to take advantage of the platform to give yourself the best chance to reach your goal. The book is a how-to guide that walks you through the best tips and strategies, including how to create a compelling video to get you the best results. 

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Contributor: Nate Masterson from Maple Holistics

#5 The Crowdfunding Bible by Scott Steinberg and Rusel Demaria

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The Crowdfunding Bible is a guide to all things crowdfunding. The book is chock-full of guides to all the best crowdfunding sites, how to promote your product, and tips from experts of the business. As the title suggests, the book brings a comprehensive approach to crowdfunding.

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Contributor: Nate Masterson from Maple Holistics

#7 Crowdstart by Ariel Hyatt

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The Ultimate Guide to a Powerful and Profitable Crowdfunding Campaign.” It’s a great read that includes real-world examples and strategies that you can apply to your campaign.

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Contributor: Jacob Dayan from Community Tax and Finance Pal

#8 Equity Crowdfunding Explained by Salvador Briggman

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It is a well-researched guide full of applicable information for anyone interested in raising capital through crowdsourcing.

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Contributor: Jacob Dayan from Community Tax

#9 Crowdfunding Basics In 30 Minutes by Michael J. Epstein

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For folks who want to learn about the basics of Kickstarter, Indiegogo, GoFundMe, and Patreon, this short book (102 pages cover-to-cover) is a great place to start. Updated in 2018, author and crowdfunding expert Michael J. Epstein explains how to plan and execute a successful crowdfunding campaign. 

And the text also covers budgeting basics, goal-setting, and preparation of professional-looking campaign materials (such as video clips and photographs), along with numerous examples from some of the hundreds of campaigns that Epstein has backed. If your goal is to understand the 'nuts & bolts' of crowdfunding, then this is the first book you should read.

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Contributor: Timothy G. Wiedman from Doane University

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Written by Taegan Lion