Understanding Patreon revenue better

You don’t need a subscription to read today’s post! This post originally ran last year. If you’ve ever been curious about the kind of information, tutorials and advice that you’ll get as part of your subscription to Webcomics.com, this is a good […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Open Call for Guest Posts

I’m going to be spending a lot of time away from my computer over the next two weeks. I have some content planned for that time, but I’d like to ensure that there’s lots of stuff happening while I’m away. […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Patreon’s declined-pledge hiccup

If you noticed an inordinately large number of declined pledges as your Patreon campaign began its June fulfillment, you weren’t alone. As Patreon began running payments yesterday, they, too, noticed a much larger frequency of declined payments. Happily, they were […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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July To-Do List

It’s July. Comic Con International is in a few days. If you’re going, it’s time to triple-check your prep, start getting ready to travel and brace yourself for the upcoming Nerd Prom.

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“On The Spot” Hot seat critique: Jake’s Comic

This critique series is called the “On The Spot” Hot Seat. I will visit participants’ sites on a random day and talk about how their comic/site/social media is on that day. No archive-diving and no overview. The point is to try […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Patreon as a Gauge of Reader Feedback

Patreon has proven to be every bit as crucial to the business of modern webcomics as Kickstarter — in fact, for some of us, moreso. But over the past week, I’ve seen a secondary aspect of Patreon that is proving to be […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Comic Scrapers: Threat or Menace?

You don’t need a subscription to read today’s post! This post originally ran June 23, 2011. If you’ve ever been curious about the kind of information, tutorials and advice that you’ll get as part of your subscription to Webcomics.com, this is a […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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