6 Blogs to Submit Your Kickstarter Project to for Free

As with any startup, promotion isn’t easy.  Finding free promotion is even harder.  The key to getting funded is often just a mention away, but landing your project in front of influencers can be a major hurdle.  That’s why we’ve collected the blogs below, all of which routinely feature successful kickstarter campaigns.  Unlike many of the other crowdfunding promoters out there, these websites don’t charge a promotion fee at the time of this article.

1 – HiConsumption.com

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HiConsumption.com is an established lifestyle blog that caters towards fashionable men.  They cover a variety of categories including gadgets, architecture, design, fashion, art and vehicles and regularly feature Kickstarter projects.  With readership in the millions, a post here can launch your campaign into the stratosphere in no time, and is a great site to submit to if you have a product that tastemakers would admire.

2 – KillerStartups.com

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Having been one of the first blogs to feature Uber in its infancy, KillerStartups has some definite street-cred.  Submitting your project is free, and a post grants you access to their 125,000 unique monthly views.


3 – BetaList.com

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BetaList is the ideal outlet if you’re seeking to promote a tech based campaign such as software or hardware.  The company has stricter submission criteria, but a post on their blog is sure to get attention from your target audience.  Submitting your new killer app is easy, but if accepted you can expect up to a two month wait for free submissions.

4 – Werd.com

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Werd is a daily round-up site gathering some of the coolest products online.  Their posts cover a wide range of categories and have featured Kickstarter successes like The Light Phone, Zing and the Gravity Blanket.  Submissions are free, and if approved include a buy button for your project.

5 – TechIWant.com

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Tech I Want is a sleek and modern site that regularly features crowdfunding projects.  While they definitely specialize in gadgets, other sections include categories like household, apparel and backpacks.  Accepted submissions receive a post on the website, as well as a feature in their popular newsletter.

6 – DudeIWantThat.com

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DudeIWantThat has made a reputation for itself as go-to source for the craziest and most amazing stuff for sale online.  They’ve featured everything from DIY ice rinks to lapel lock-picks.  They also have an open product suggestion page and have featured Kickstarter projects in the past.

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