There are thousands of different crowdfund resources on the Internet that can help you make a better decision on determining the best crowdfunding platform for your own fundraising. has curated and aggregated what you need to know, and who you might want to work with to help you raise money.

The team has compiled a directory of the best resources and most relevant crowdfunding sites that can help you to better understand the crowdfunding process and raise money for a project, startup business or fundraising drive.

Sometimes a picture can tell a thousand words; the Video Guide includes illustrative clips and instructional videos that can help you frame your pitch properly.

If you want to raise money and plan to offer shares in your private company via an equity crowdfund campaign, you will want to be familiar with private placement memorandums and if in the United States, you will want to educate yourself about:

Tier 1 Equity Crowdfunding vs. Tier 2 Equity Crowdfunding

SEC Regulation A

 SEC Regulation A+

Shopify offers a comprehensive guide that covers everything you need to know about crowdfunding and the transition to a successful business afterwards.

The Crowdfunding Bible is must for anyone starting their own crowdfunding campaign. The Crowdfunding Bible shows you how to launch, market and successfully operate a high-tech fundraising campaign, regardless of your chosen industry, scope or budget.

Fundable created an online guide that was written for anyone who’s new to crowdfunding or trying to decide whether it’s the right funding approach for their business.

Wrike, a project management blog, has also compiled a long list of 75 different resources and tools for crowdfunding campaigns. From choosing the right crowdfunding page, to setting a budget, to creating a successful campaign page, to keeping your crowdfunding campaign alive, Wrike has several different resources to help answer these questions.

If you still have any questions regarding your crowdsourcing campaign, please check out events that could be taking place in your area and help additional questions. If you still have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us with any of your questions or concerns. Real customer service requires real experts who can speak to you really quick. Phone us today at (212) 810-2182.