TechNewsletter.com provides in-depth technology analysis for the crowdfunding community. It comprises of online articles written by top scientists, analyzing new technological claims, and unusual products to help people back projects with confidence.
Matawan, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/27/2014 -- Crowdfunding is an excellent concept for raising money to fund the development of worthy products and technologies that would not be funded through other venues. However, unfortunately, the crowdfunding platforms have often been misused by people driven by greed or simply by the lack of basic understanding of science. In many instances, campaigns have been launched to support products and technologies that have no technical merit and cannot possibly function as claimed.
There is no denying the fact that a large majority of campaigns launched in platforms such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo represent products or concepts that are useful, valid, and conceptually sound. However, in order to protect the crowdfunding community from the small number of campaigns that does not fit in that group, Creative Designs, Inc. has created TechNewsletter.com. This website features articles written by top scientists in the USA, analyzing unusual products and new technological claims. Before deciding to back a crowdfunding campaign, the potential backers will find the in-depth analysis on TechNewsletter.com to be indispensible. The articles end with ratings such as ‘Invest’, ‘Invest with Caution,’ or ‘Do not Invest.’ As a result, it becomes easier for the readers to make an informed decision.
Creative Designs, Inc. needs help to grow TechNewsletter.com and take it to the next level. Funding received from this campaign will be used
- To solicit the help of other scientists in the USA beyond the current contributors Dr. Bakhoum and Dr. Phillips.
- To rent office space and hire office staff in order to serve the crowdfunding community and growing website traffic of TechNewsletter.com.
- To move the website to the Amazon platform.
The funding goal for this project is $15,000.
Kickstarter Page: http://kck.st/1pOMJYT
TechNewsletter.com provides in-depth technology analysis for the crowdfunding community. It comprises of online articles written by top scientists, analyzing new technological claims, and unusual projects to help people back projects with confidence.