Your project can be anything that you want to create and share with others. It could be a business idea, a craft, a spaceship… Anything at all, as long as it adheres to the Pushstart rules. Just keep your project focused, with a clear end goal, and you’ll be good. The sky's the limit Head over to our rules page to see what you cannot do with Pushstart.
STEP BY STEP WALKTHROUGH
We’ll get started with your project page — where you tell people your story.
Imagine telling your vision to a friend. What might you say? What may they ask you? Also, how might you show them you're not kidding, arranged, and fit for delivery your project? Your Profile page is your opportunity to tell everyone that story: what your all about, the thing that you need to make, and why.
WHO ARE YOU
Present yourself, your group, and any comparable work you've done (demonstrate a few models!).
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO MAKE?
The more details, the better. This step is where you explain what it is you want to make.
WHERE DID THE IDEA COME FROM?
Tell everyone how you got the idea, and the amount you've achieved up until this point. Sharing the venture's history helps other people understand the sort of work you do, and how you go about it.
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?
Tell your backers how long it will take for your project to be complete, explain every step of the project.
WHAT'S YOUR FINANCIAL LIMIT?
A straightforward breakdown tells everyone you've thoroughly considered things and have a doable arrangement, so they can trust in you to use funds properly.
WHY DO YOU WANT TO DO IT?
Why do you want to do it? How will it benefit your backers? and most importantly how will it benefit YOU?
A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS.
Pick an incredible task picture. This will be your backers first glance of your entire project, make sure it says more than a thousand words.
— you'll need to establish a decent first connection.
MAKE A CONVINCING VIDEO.
It's simply the most ideal approach to present, and to give individuals a more critical see what you're taking a shot at. It doesn't need to be overly smooth; a portion of our preferred recordings have a very DIY feel. Actually, YouTube is the means by which you can make a venture video all alone, without additional hardware or a film team.
REWARDS FOR BACKERS.
Anyone who backs your projects expects to get something out of it, it's only fair isn't it? Incentivize them, create rewards based on the amount they fund your projects.
It can be as simple as a gift voucher (For whatever it is your creating)
A ticket to a show (If your organising a music festival or produce a film)
A discount coupon (If your offering a service)
A product itself for free
Please note: It has to be part of what your project is about. You cannot offer anyone a cup of coffee for a shoe project.