I'm not sure "likes" are appropriate to put in the OP. (I can see it becoming too vast to keep track of)
As it's a production company FB, rather than one purely for the project alone you're trying to market. It seems a little out of place, amongst the projects competing for funding above.
Once it is finished (as it doesn't appear to be at the moment) and ready to go, then it would be perfectly fine. But at the moment we're keeping it to five, so that it is easily managable for members to share throughout the day.
I'm quite happy to ammend the OP if others disagree.
p.s Is everybody keeping on top of things? Still guns'a blazin' I hope?
Just an idea I'm going to propose as an incentive and reminder to keep everybody interested.
Crowdfunding is fast becoming the leading and most widely accessible investment initiative for artists/creatives. From first-time film-makers to professionals, like-minded people are being inspired to share and contribute to eachothers work. That's what we want, isn't it?
It's the equivelant of busking to an audience of musicians and music lovers. It's playing to your audience, it's investment in YOU and your art, by people who purely want to see you succeed. Not reluctantly handing over a cheque to only speak again when they're repaid.
What I propose is -atleast for those interested- is to donate MONTHLY $10 (Feel free to do more). Be that ten $1 donations or all in one go. It's not alot. Put it aside. Even for those saving for projects, equipment, trips away etc. This gives you full access on Kickstarter, to recieve all the updates, converse with other contributors, and to follow the projects all the way to the end.
For those who cannot spare the cash. Follow the FIVE campaigns. Read the updates, see how they interact with their contributors. Take notes of what they're doing right, and what they're doing wrong. Follow the journey and discover what it takes. Successful, or unsuccessful.
Everything is there for you.
Ever thought the idea you have would just flourish with the right investment, if it could just reach an audience people would love it...?
There's your platform. Learn how to walk, then start running.
An update on my kickstarter campaign: We've successfully reached our $5,000 goal in 30 days! Whoop Whoop. I'm excited. Thank you to all who helped in any way!!
Well done! That's a really good job
@PTP: You should probably take the Hog the Spotlight campaign off the OP because I got an email last week from Gilles saying that the project had been postponed and that they were refunding donations... yet another reason why you should use Kickstarter rather than IndieGoGo...