But to give a sincere answer to your insincere question, the projects that tend to do the best on Kickstarter are the ones from known quantities. In other words, the people and organizations who should be able to fund any project traditionally. Kickstarter has a screening process on submissions for exactly this reason, to increase the likelihood of their skimming a profit.
"The trouble with being a ghost writer or artist is that you must remain anonymous without credit.
If one wants the credit, one has to cease being a ghost and become a leader or innovator." — Bob Kane