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079 – Looking Back to Move Forward: Tyler’s End of the Year Review Process

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078 – The Power of Paying it Forward

Pay it forward. Give value first. Do unto others. We hear this advice all the time and many of us practice it. But you won't believe what one ComixLaunch listener did to really live this principle... Read More
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076 – Level-up Your Next Launch With a Challenge

Launching a Kickstarter in 2017? Are you up for a Challenge? Then ComixLaunch has one for you. Join Tyler James and five special guest instructors in completing six powerful challenges designed to level up your next Kickstarter project to make it your best launch ever! Read More
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075 – Expand Your Mission, Increase Your Impact, Leave a Legacy

In this year-end session, the ComixLaunch podcast refines and rededicates itself to the mission of making the comics the category on Kickstarter with the highest success rate. Tyler connects the process of expanding your mission to making a greater impact on the world with your art... and leaving a legacy. Read More
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070 – Amazon, Patreon, and Building a Better Comics Industry with Amber Love

Today's guest is a writer, model, cosplayer, and host of the podcast Vodka O'Clock. Tyler and Amber discuss a wide range of topics, including releasing books via Kindle and Amazon Createspace, the challenges of making big changes to your Patreon format, what it takes to do NANOWRIMO, and how to build a better, more inclusive comic book industry. Read More

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Comics Crowdfunding: Making the Case for Indiegogo

While ComixLaunch has almost exclusively focused on the Kickstarter platform, it is not the only game in town. Indiegogo is a crowdfunding platform that hundreds of comic creators have chosen to fund their projects. In this guest post, Jen Finelli makes the case for Indiegogo.

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