Using Link Bundles to Increase Traffic

This post has been submitted by Webcomics.com member Cameron Davis, creator of Blow the Cartridge and Rose. I thought I’d share an experiment I’ve been running over the past few weeks with Blow The Cartridge and see if there’s anything […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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What happened to the Harveys?

It just struck me in the shower this morning… the nominations for the Harvey Awards haven’t been announced. A quick check of my previous posts shows me that nominations had usually opened in late February or early March. Then, when I […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Webcomics Confidential Ep 18 — Launching a Book… Common Mistakes...

A Webcomics.com member wrote in asking me to talk about common mistakes webcartoonists make when they’re preparing to do their first book. I started thinking about it, and there are a lot of them! I know because I made almost each […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Lettering Hot Seat — Unmentionably Fresh

I consider good lettering to be crucial to the success of a comic. It’s very simple. If you make it hard for your readers to read the comic, they won’t. So I opneded up a Hot Seat critique that just focuses […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Webcomics Confidential Ep 17 — Social-Media Tips

It’s Q&A time on today’s Webcomics Confidential! A Webcomics.com member writes: I was hoping you could talk a little social media strategy sometime. I was terrible for being that “go check out my comic” person but I get completely stumped as […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Twelve Ways You’re Doing Patreon Wrong

Some cartoonists have been asking me to give them my thoughts on their Patreon pages. And I’ve opened up a new Hot Seat critique series based on members’ Patreons. And — honestly, I’m a little obsessed — when I see […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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The Death of Tapastic

I deleted my Tapastic account because they granted themselves right of first refusal in their updated Terms of Service agreement (TOS). After I deleted my account with them, Bleeding Cool reported a response from the company to the angry backlash over the rights-grab: […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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