See the blog on this subject. While VCs lean toward the more complex “disruptive” deals, Angels lean toward somewhat simpler and less capital-intensive deals. Most angel deals are around $1 million. That’s generally too small for venture capitalists, who usually need to put money out in larger bundles, which they sometimes do in a series of “tranches.”
The basic idea of “attracting capital” is to present investors with an “offer they can’t refuse.” Professional investors are always looking for good opportunities. Present them with a really good idea, a strong management team, and some initial value that helps reduce risk, and you will have a chance of “attracting” capital instead of begging for it.