Google has been the top search engine for years now. The changes that Google made with their algorithm throughout the years provided better and more relevant search results for users.
More than that, it has provided small businesses, startups, and entrepreneurs a platform to compete against corporations by way of search engine optimization.
With an optimized website, a business can rank at the top page of search results, amassing thousands – if not millions – of traffic on a regular basis. They can turn the traffic into leads and customers, which will help sustain their business in the long run.
But with the many online business who has found success through Google, there are those whose business have for the very same reason.
Everyone knows that crowdfunding works. Kickstarter and Indiegogo have proven that their models are successful, with countless funded projects. Kickstarter has reached such heights that spinoff sites have been launched, the ForeverGeek Kickstarter Store being one of them. This site aggregates projects that have met their funding goals and provides a platform for people to buy Kickstarter products by linking directly to the project sites.
While Kickstarter (and Indiegogo) has become the go-to platform for individuals and groups looking at crowdfunding to make their dreams come true, there are also some other crowdfunding sites that may be more helpful for certain projects. If you want an option aside from Kickstarter, here are three alternative crowdfunding sites to look at. Read More