Marie-Claude Méthot: Comment réussir dans votre campagne de Socio-Financement

Marie-Claude de Montréal, Québec, Canada est une athlète en Taekwando depuis l'âge de cinq ans et qui vient de réussir sa campagne de crowdfunding (socio-financement) sur MAKEACHAMP. Sa campagne est à 236% de son objectif de campagne, un pourcentage record. Elle a amassé $2,362 en un mois et demi. Nous avons interviewé Marie-Claude pour savoir ce qui a bien marché pour la réussite fulgurante de sa campagne. .Pourqoui une campagne de socio-financement? Marie-Claude a fait une campagne de socio-financement parce qu’elle avait tout simplement besoin de financement pour participer à la coupe du monde. Elle devait tous payer elle-même, donc...

Fast Fundraising Tips For Youth Sports

Fundraising for youth sports can be a bit tricky! A lot of coaches and teams must fundraise every year for their equipment needs, tournament trips and team camps. The unfortunate truth is that youth sports can be expensive and not everyone can afford them. As a result, fundraising has to be efficient, effective and highly profitable. Since many teams have started to use TeamBoost to generate money, we’ve done our research to help them create best in class fundraisers for youth sports. We found that a team fundraiser is simplified and amplified dramatically with the power of TeamBoost’s crowdfunding capabilities....

Athlete Sponsorship + Crowdfunding = More Wins

In the hopes of revolutionizing the way athletes, teams and organizations are funded, we've added a new possibility for MAKEACHAMP users to add corporate or company logos to their fan-pages and campaigns. This functionality bridges the gap between sponsorship and crowdfunding in a way that everyone wins.Here is the logicCrowdfunding provides athletes and teams with unprecedented online exposure. This type of exposure can now be leveraged to get sponsors. If a corporate sponsor decides to put their logo on the campaign not only will they benefit from the exposure but they will also improve their brand-image by being seen as...

4 ways for athletes to win with a Facebook page

I have to admit that I started my athlete Facebook page only a year and a half ago. At first, I was skeptical. I didn’t want to waste time on something like Facebook and I didn’t see a need for it. However, within a couple of weeks of using my Facebook Page, I started to enjoy sharing content about my journey and about my passion for judo. And, I got really interested in the potential of my Facebook Page when one of my posts went viral, reaching more than 100,000 people with over 500 shares: That was just the start....