Monetization, crowdfunding, investors

I had a fascinating discussion yesterday with a truly brilliant entrepreneur who is launching a kick-starter campaign to raise £50,000 for a book that she is publishing; which got me to thinking: What are different types of crowdfunders/selling platforms/investors. This will be UK specific again. This is a good webpage: http://crowdfunding.com/

Crowd Funding Platforms:
Kick-Starter (@kickstarter)
-You can put videos online and use text and pictures to show your idea; investors will give money in return for gifts depending on the amount of money given, if the amount is not reached in the amount of time

Indiegogo (@Indiegogo)
-You can put videos online and use text and pictures to show your idea; investors will give money in return for gifts depending on the amount of money given, if the amount is not reached in the amount of time

Gofundme.com (@gofundme)
-This one you on which you do not give out gifts, it is more for pure donations

Just Giving (@JustGiving)
-A donations webpage

You caring (@You_Caring)
-Free donations webpage

Causes (@causes)
Give forward (@GiveForward)
https://fundrazr.com/ (@FundRazr)
http://www.firstgiving.com/ (@FirstGiving)
Fundly (@Fundly)
Crowd Rise (@crowdrise)
Kiva (@Kiva)
Donors Choose (@DonorsChoose) (for teachers)
Razoo (@razoo) (for everyday philanthropists)
Rally.org (@rally) (uses story telling)
Fund Anything (@fundanything)
Crowdtilt (@Crowdtilt) Promo code TWEET14 waives fees
Rocket Hub (@RocketHubWire)
Fundable (@Fundable) rewardable
Go get funding (@GoGetFunding)
Crowd funder (@CrowdFundFunder)
Circle up (@CircleUp)

So that is the list, know of any more?

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