A Bright Idea for iPhone and Android

Have you ever had a great idea, but no money to continue?

If you are a person who thinks they have a great idea but need the money to back it maybe you should try Kickstarter.
Kickstarter is focused on creative projects.

It’s a way for artists, filmmakers, musicians, designers, writers, illustrators, explorers, curators, performers, and others to bring their projects, events, and dreams to life.

Kickstarter is a great place to showcase your projects and get backing for those creative ideas.

Here are some points if you have an idea that you would like funded.
Every Kickstarter project must be fully funded before its time expires or no money changes hands.
Kickstarter takes no percentage of the pledges not. Project creators keep 100% ownership of their work.Approximately 75% of submitted projects are accepted.

To be eligible to launch a Kickstarter project:
You need to satisfy the requirements of Amazon Payments:

  • —You are 18 years of age or older.
  • —You are a permanent US resident with a Social Security Number (or EIN).
  • —You have a US address, US bank account, and US state-issued ID (driver’s license).
  • —You have a major US credit or debit card.
  • Project guidelines here

Now we have to tell you what one of the Siren Media Marketing researchers found. This product got its start on Kickstarter, and is an amazing idea. They are taking orders now. The link is at the bottom of the page.

We blogged a little while ago about different options for prolonging your mobile device’s batteries, even how to make your own charger. But this idea we think is even better.

It fits in your wallet like a charge card and charges your phone. It actually called “Charge card.”

Charge Card is the slimmest USB charging and sync cable for iPhone.(Android owners can order now too).

it’s 0.1″ thick (2.54mm), its patent-pending slim design fits into your wallet, purse or pocket.


Here is Chargecard on Kickstarter 

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