These days, it seems like everybody is jumping on the crowdfunding bandwagon, and it's led some to question the appropriateness of larger organizations using systems like Kickstarter. Some fear that groups who have other means of acquiring capital and strong marketing experience will overshadow other, more worthy efforts. Other projects seem to be used for purposes altogether different from the creation of a consumable product.
So, when is it the wrong choice for a project to pursue crowdfunding? Answer The Question for yourself in the comments below.
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