The ad tech power behind the best Kickstarters
You guys did such an unbelievable job. We are so thankful and happy to have worked with you guys and to have met you!
The brainchild of Princeton PhDs and veteran PPC professionals, our software reads data from Facebook, Google and Kickstarter and cross-references it to analyze performance in real time. It then outputs live, statistics-backed data for precise targeting, budget allocation, message optimization and projected returns for different spending levels.
On the front end of our software is our live analytics dashboard providing complete transparency. It allows creators to closely track their project’s key metrics - pledges, backers, ad spend, fees and returns - and make fully informed decisions about their campaign.
From ROI analysis to budget planning, consultation and tips, we’re always here to offer advice and guidance.
Our collaboration with our clients is limited in time but definitely not in intensity. Our performance-based compensation model and cancel-anytime policy, make us 100% committed to generating high returns while keeping things simple, controllable and fully transparent for the creator.
ROI & Volume
Combining our proprietary analytics software with our extensive Kickstarter expertise allows us to generate unparalleled returns at high volumes. Every dollar spent on advertising usually results in $5 to $15 in pledges, even with budgets of tens of thousands of dollars over 3 weeks.
While we help with estimates and recommendations on daily ad budget, the creator has the final say on any budget decision. With the help of our analytics dashboard’s display of real-time ad performance, creators can make informed budget decisions. The higher the returns and margins on rewards and the more aggressive they play, the higher budgets and traffic volumes rise.
We only charge a percentage of the revenues directly attributable to our efforts. There are no upfront, setup or hidden fees of any kind. Plus, our service can be ended via email notification at any time, so creators risk nothing whatsoever.