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Here's an example report for a couple of Crowdfunding flows:
Donating to a campaign on GoFundMe
Backing a project on Indiegogo
Creating a campaign on GoFundMe
We click the huge "Donate Now" button in the header to get started with the donation. The first step is selecting the donation amount.
We then fill in a form of our basic details, including payment details (which are cut from the video).
We can add an optional comment, then continue.
Now we confirm the amount, payment details, and the email where we want to receive our receipt.
This confirmation step wasn't in the previous recording at all.
Now the donation is complete, a popup come up telling us sharing on Facebook can increase donations by 3x.
Another pop up asks us to challenge three friends to give.
Now we're on the "Thank you" page. We're asked to take a moment to 'Like' the campaign and are given a link to share.
We can also see more popular campaigns nearby.
You can back a project by clicking the "Back it" button in the header, or by selecting a reward from the side panel.
Here we click the back it button. Doing this reveals a field and a "Check out" button. The field is where you put how much you want to pledge before checking out. It has suggested amounts of "$5, $25, $100" as a placeholder.
Now we add our details and checkout. Here we use the "Guest Checkout" option, rather than logging in, and use PayPal as out payment method.
After the payment, the pledge is completed.
On this final page in the process, you're thanked for the pledge and asked to share the campaign with friends on Facebook, Twitter, and Email.
On the previous recording, you were prompted to "Stay connected to the campaign and manage your contribution by creating an account."
That's not the case this time. In place of that prompt, there are now "Recommended campaigns"
You can back a project by clicking the "Back this project" button in the header, or by selecting a reward from the sidebar. Here we select a reward.
We try entering a pledge amount less than what's required for the reward, but as expected, we can't continue with this and the "pledge amount" field error is highlighted with a red border.
Now we click the "Back this project" button in the header
We can also select our reward here, or "Make a pledge without a reward." We choose to make the pledge without a reward.
The currency part of the pledge amount field is slightly different to the previous recording. It's now in a light grey box, where it was previously just text.
Now we select out payment method. Here we select to use a card that's already on file.
Now the pledge has been made. We're shown how many other people have supported the project, with some of their profile images.
There are also fairly large and clear "Tweet" and "Share" buttons, with a short-link that can also be copied and shared.
The first step is signing up. You can use Facebook, or use your email address to sign up. We select the email option and fill in the form.
You then add basic details like how much you want to raise, your title, location, and campaign theme.
Here you can add your campaign photo or video.
You can add a photo from Facebook, or by uploading one. You can add a video using a Youtube or Vimeo link.
There's a new option to add media from GoFundMe's library using the "Our Library" option that wasn't there in the previous recording.
Here you add the main content of your campaign.
Now you add more details, like your phone number and address.
Here you're prompted to add your Facebook photo. If you decide to skip, you're told how important it is and asked to reconsider.
Now your asked to invite your contacts using Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, or manually.
Now you're asked to share your campaign on Facebook.
Last week the title of this section was "Sharing on Facebook can increase the amount raised by 10x" and this time it's "Sharing on Facebook can increase donations by 3x"
Here you can add the option to post daily updates to Facebook.
Here you can share direct messages to people on Facebook.
Here you're prompted to share on Twitter.
Finally, you're given a campaign link to share.
Your campaign is ready. You can post an update now if you want to.
The first step after clicking the "Start a campaign" button is to select whether you're raising funds for a project or a cause.
After selecting the project type, you need to create an account. You can do this with Facebook, or manually by filling a standard sign up form.
Here you select how much you'd like to raise, and add your campaign title
Now you start to fill in the basics of your campaign, such as the title, tagline, image, location, category, etc.
There's a "view campaign" link on this side bar that wasn't there during the previous recording.
Here you start filling in the contents of your campaign, including images and story.
Here you add your campaign video or image. We add an image.
Here you add perks to your campaign.
The form for adding perks used to have a section for adding "items" and now no longer does. It just gives you a description field, where I presume you're supposed to describe the items offered with the perk.
Now you add your team details, like the primary contact and team members.
Now you select your funding type and add your payment details.
On the Extras section, you can generate a draft share link, add a Facebook image, custom URL, Google Analytics ID, and more similar extras.
Now you can participate in IndieGogo "InDemand" if you wish to, then review and launch your campaign.
The final step before launching your campaign, is reviewing your settings. A modal pops up with details of your campaign, showing you your goal, funding type, deadline, and payment details.
If you're happy with everything, you can go ahead and click the "Launch campaign" button.
Listing an item to sell on Letgo
Creating a new advert on Facebook
Booking a flight with Kayak
Creating an account on Spotify
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