A few times a week, I get an email that goes something like this one (from today):
“We’ve been trying to get into contact with all the angel investors in [my city] but we haven’t had much luck. I was wondering if you had any advice for us on what you would do if you were in my situation.”
When clicking through to his site (which is the very first thing all investors are going to do), I got a parked landing page as my reward.
“I’d build stuff that’s awesome and get people using it. Investors will come out of the woodwork when you do.”
As I’ve written about before, I think the key is to build relationships with angel investors. The best way to build relationships with most of them is through mentorship relationships. So try engaging them with your product, and creating a feedback loop.