Flexible funding vs all-or-nothing

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There are two main models of consumer crowdfunding - flexible funding (keep whatever you make) and fixed funding or all-or-nothing (keep everything if you hit your target - but get nothing if you don't). Both models have advantages, but lots of people new to crowdfunding think flexible funding is less risky. I strongly advise most…

No-fee crowdfunding

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Lots of people start out looking for no-fee crowdfunding, wanting to keep as much as possible of the funds they raise. But most commercial crowdfunding sites charge a fee. Is there any way around this? The short answer is: not really.