Learn the Kickstarter recipe for crowdfunding 06/14/12


June 14, 2012 – Newport Interactive Marketers gathers monthly for free networking and expert speakers on topics such as social media, search marketing, branding, mobile. Register today!

Learn the Kickstarter recipe for crowdfunding

Key Social Media ingredients & applications for engagement

Join Newport Interactive Marketers as narrative photographer Scott Indermaur shares how crowdfunding tools can benefit your projects.

Scott used social media, public discussions, and crowdfunding resources to promote his film, REVEALED. As a spinoff to the successful project, he set out to publish his first fine art book, which is now one of the 25 most-funded photography projects for Kickstarter.

You’ll learn

What is crowdfunding
Which social media latforms enable it
Which social dynamics make it work
How you can use these ingredients to build support for your project



Newport Interactive Marketers – register here
351 Thames Street
Newport, RI 02840
June 14, 2012 6 pm to 9 pm (social 6-7pm, discussion typically starts at 7pm and is about 30-minutes long)

See you there!

A REVEALED Whirlwind

Lots going on with REVEALED!

The REVEALED: Personal Visions of Transformations and Discovery book is printed and in transit to Rhode Island. I am signing all pre-order copies, so today is a good day to order your book.

I have posted many of the book updates on the Kickstarter page. It’s nice to read about the step-by-step progress of this book.

I did receive my advance copy of the book this week and it’s beautiful! A very insightful book with much energy behind it.

Also, please share the REVEALED store for people to order a book, film and a few other cool things. It’s a great time to order a book. Or even a few extra books. 🙂

Kickstarter REVEALED iPad and iPhone Wallpaper

This is for Kickstarter pledgers to be used as iPhone or iPad wallpaper. Enjoy.

Drag the image to your desktop and then follow instructions on setting your iPhone or iPad wallpaper. I find the easiest is emailing the image to my phone, saving it to the phone/iPad’s photo libray and then setting the wallpaper to that image.