A powerful stranglehold on the American economy – restricting growth and killing funding for dreams, ideas and businesses – has been lifted for the first time in 80 years.
Now, you can market investment opportunities in your business or venture directly to investors without going public.
The JOBS Act has enabled businesses like you to raise a massive amount of capital through powerful financial partnerships with investors.
But these partnerships can only be forged one way:
A successful equity crowdfunding campaign.
In 23 Equity Crowdfunding Secrets to Raising Capital, I guide you step-by-step through what you need to know to create a successful equity crowdfunding campaign.
You’ll also discover time-tested strategies and proven insights to help you:
- Develop a multichannel, integrated marketing campaign — the only kind of campaign that will be worth your time, effort and cash
- Successfully target investors who will respond to your offer and pull out their wallets
- Use direct response copy that will get a powerful response…not waste your time on image-based advertising or weak copy
- Use social media, email, digital ads, video and a landing page for digital marketing with the lowest cost per lead and cost per sale possible
- Create a direct mail campaign to America’s most active investors that will supercharge response—and bring in the capital you need
This is your comprehensive guide to effective equity crowdfunding…based on over 30 years of marketing to the investor, 1,000+ campaigns and over $1 billion in assets raised.
For a limited time only, I’m offering this comprehensive guide for 20% off the regular price of $24.95—only $19.95.
Plus, when you order 23 Equity Crowdfunding Secrets to Raising Capital today, you’ll get a personally autographed copy – at 20% off.
Don’t miss this opportunity to discover strategies that could help you see your business skyrocket to success under the revolutionary JOBS Act law.
Click here to order your autographed copy of 23 Equity Crowdfunding Secrets to Raising Capital today.
Here are the rest of this week’s articles: