Vidders.net Annual Renewal
Vidders.net started out as BamVidVault on February 4, 2009 and became a safe haven for vidders to stream their content. In 2010, Ning began to charge for hosting & the prior owners planned to shut down the site. The site was rescued with member donations and is now approaching its 7th year anniversary as the largest vidder friendly streaming service. The network has been completely redesigned and there are more improvements on the way.
The funds raised will go towards the annual membership cost of the site. This will be the last fundraiser for Vidders.net this year once we make our goal.
There will never be another 3rd, 4th and 5th place contributor for this year. The opportunity to seize these spots will not come again until next year 2017 and by that time what support will look like may be completely different. You have the opportunity to be a ground floor supporter in what they will call "back in 2016." This goal is gonna be met the question is will your name be on the list of contributors? You have that choice and it's your opportunity to be one of the few.
Thank you for asking this clarifying question. I really appreciate it since if you are a bit confused there may be others who are too. I am asking for funds to keep vidders.net going. The platform vidders.net runs on (Ning) charges to host all our content and provide all its features which are numerous (blogs, albums, forums, events, groups, profile pages, and much, much more) Being acknowledged in a video as a producer is meant as an acknowledgment/perk to whoever contributes to make this a successful campaign. I will make a video that acknowledges you in the video with credits just like producers get acknowledged in the credits of a movie. The movie is still getting made. :-) You are supporting vidders.net AND you will get acknowledged in a credits video as someone who help produce another year of the vidders.net community
I'm a bit confused about what this is actually for. Are you asking for money to contribute to keeping vidders.net going (like for servers and things)? Because I'm happy to donate to that, but all this talk about having a producer credit on something makes me think you want the money to produce a video.