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  1. Viktoria Michaelis
    Viktoria Michaelis July 2, 2013 at 19:39 | | Reply

    I have used two external crowdfunding sites this year and researched many others. Had I known about these plug-ins the chances are I would have used one of them and saved myself a lot of bother. Neither of the sites I’ve used met up with my expectations – or their claims – and few of the many, many others out there are really geared to individual needs, more to a business plan which works for the owners and not their customers.

    Perhaps, next time, I will look at hosting the campaign on my own site rather than farming it out to someone else and, perhaps, save a lot of the bother and the expense too.

  2. Bryan Veloso
    Bryan Veloso January 2, 2014 at 03:00 | | Reply

    Fundingpress and Funder are also great. Check it out @ themeforest. 🙂

  3. Francesco
    Francesco December 22, 2014 at 07:24 | | Reply

    Ignitiondeck is very good…buti f it does not turn multilingual-ready, soon it will stop being relevant and suitable for most global projects out there. Any news on this front that I might have missed? Thanks

  4. Vyse
    Vyse April 6, 2017 at 19:33 | | Reply

    This article need an update

  5. Kyle
    Kyle February 4, 2019 at 17:32 | | Reply

    Another good solution is using Thrinacia. They have a Orion WordPress plugin that comes with a full website UI. You can learn more by reading this: https://www.thrinacia.com/blog/post/using-wordpress-to-create-a-crowdfunding-website

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