Clip Studio Paint — Black Friday Sale

From now until Dec. 1, Clip Studio Paint is offering both versions of its software for 50% off. CSP is strongly endorsed for comics-creation by Webcomics.com, and this is a great time to pick it up if you’ve been tempted […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Promote your comic with video

Social media has gotten more sophisticated. Your posts need to adapt. Video outreach is not only easy but, according to strategic marketing agency Insivia, viewers retain 95% of a message when they watch a video ‚ compared to 10% when […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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ComicLab Ep. 153 — Writing Comedy: Do You Choose the Dark Side or the ...

his week, a ComicLab listener asks if it’s better to write from anger or from love. Also: Is January a bad time to launch a new webcomic? Questions asked and topics covered… Which do you find more effective as a […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Holiday shipping deadlines

It’s hard to believe we’re approaching the winter holiday season, but here we are. If you’re shipping merchandise with an expectation of having it there before the holidays, here are some deadlines to be aware of.

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Follow-up: The Patreon Content-Scraper

Earlier this year, I had some advice for people who were concerned about a site that was taking Patreon creators’ exclusive content and posting it in a publicly searchable site. There has been an update to the story that’s worth […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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Amazon vs Mailchimp? Don’t count the ’chimp out

According to Medium.com, Amazon is about to enter the e-mail marketing arena, offering a competitor to MailChimp and other similar vendors. Many of us use MailChimp as part of a reader-outreach strategy that includes sending comics and/or newsletters. The Conventional […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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ComicLab Ep 152 — What does it mean to be a “cartoonist” i...

This week, a ComicLab listener writes in to inform Dave and Brad that neither of them “actually have a cartoonist’s job.” To put it lightly, the guys disagree. But first, Brad creates a socially distant candy chute for Halloween. Questions […] ↓ Read the rest of this article...

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