How do backers know if a project will follow through?

Backers at Indie Birds have several ways to assess whether a project will follow through on its promises before deciding to pledge their support. Here are some key considerations:

  1. Public Launch: Launching a project on Indie Birds is a public act, and creators are aware that their reputation is on the line. By putting their project out in the open, creators demonstrate their commitment to bringing their idea to life.
  2. Transparency and Information: Creators are encouraged to provide as much background information as possible, enabling backers to make informed decisions. Backers should look for creators who share relevant links to websites, portfolios, or past projects that showcase their experience and expertise. Additionally, the presence of the creator in the project video or authenticated artwork/documents can help establish credibility.
  3. Demonstrable Experience: Backers should consider whether the creator has demonstrated experience or a track record in the field relevant to the project. If a creator lacks experience in executing a project similar to what they are proposing, it may be a factor to consider in assessing their ability to deliver.
  4. Requesting Information: Backers should not hesitate to reach out to creators directly to request additional information or clarification before making a pledge. Indie Birds provides channels such as live chat and support pages to facilitate communication between backers and creators.

By evaluating these factors and conducting due diligence, backers can make informed decisions about the projects they choose to support. It’s important for backers to feel confident in the creator’s ability to follow through on their commitments before pledging their support.

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