San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 29, 2013
Finance Spectrum was inspired by the news released today of Joan Naviyuk Kane hitting her fundraising goal to bring her family back to see their native homelands. Finance Spectrum issued their successful tips for effective crowd source fundraising, inspired by the model of how Joan Naviyuk Kane accomplished her goal.
Joan Kane is a woman of Inuit Native American decent. Her people come from an island in the middle of the Bering Sea. The U.S. Government had relocated her people off of their native homeland. Kane had never seen the land her people come from. She raised over $49,000 to bring herself and some other tribe members on a trip to reconnect herself and her tribe with their ancestral grounds. Finance Spectrum released a series of tips to help other people who want to do crowd source fundraising.
One of the tips was, “Do something inspiring.” The editor chose this tip to remind people to rise above the expected and ordinary, and to do something that causes others to be motivated too.
Joan Kane, before she did her crowd source fundraising, had accomplished writing multiple books and graduating from Harvard. Finance Spectrum chose as their second tip, “Get some creditability first to back up what you are going to do.” Finance Spectrum stated that people trust you more when you have already accomplished something and shown your ability to continue towards your goal against adversity.
Finance Spectrum’s Editor stated, “Everybody likes a colorful story. We love to hear that the person running for president used to be a cowboy, a movie star, or a chess master. We are fascinated by the painter who roller-skates, or the roller-skater that paints.” Finance Spectrum has as one of its tips, “Find something about yourself that contradicts your goal.”
After hearing the announcement today of Joan Naviyuk Kane’s reaching her crowd source fundraising goal, Finance Spectrum was inspired to write their tips for successful crowd source fundraising.
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