If fear is getting in the way of you actually launching your crowdfunding projects or going after your creative pursuits in a major way, this episode could change your future!


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Why FEAR underlies almost all the objections creators have to launching projects on Kickstarter
  • How successful people view fear differently than most
  • What it takes to get past your fear and actually launch.
    Plus: An upcoming series on overcoming all of the obstacles standing in the way of your successful launch!

This Session is Sponsored by:

Today’s session is brought to you by CrowdOx, software that helps you take control of your crowdfunding campaign, save time and raise more funding. ComixLaunch listeners get 10% off per backer pricing at Crowdox.com


Links Mentioned in this Episode:

ComixLaunch.com/workshop
ComixLaunch.com/crowdox
https://pro.comixlaunch.com/blog/melody-pena


More About Our Sponsor:

On this podcast back in 2017, I told you all I was shooting for a six-figure launch for the Sweet Dreams Cthulhu Kickstarter campaign.

Well, we came up a little short on Kickstarter…

But thanks to CrowdOx, we were able to shoot way past the six figure mark…

And it was the easiest funding to raise in the entire campaign.

See, CrowdOx helps crowdfunding project creators increase funding, manage their campaigns, and save time.

How does it work?

Well, CrowdOx helps creators take a successful campaign and keep the funds coming in by:

Selling Upgrades, Add-ons & Extras during the survey process with just a couple clicks.

Accepting pre-orders on a beautiful CrowdOx store to keep the funding coming in.

Collecting funding that Kickstarter couldn’t from backers unable to fix their CC in time.

Accepting Paypal! (HUGE!)

CrowdOx Customers are raising on average an extra 12% of funding after their original campaign is over…

My first CrowdOx turbocharged launch, we raised an extra 18% and enabled us to hit that six figure goal.

CrowdOx is an alternative to BackerKit, and while I’ve used and recommended both companies, I prefer CrowdOx because it offers:

A per BACKER pricing model vs. a per Funds Raised, which usually works out better for creators.

An easier interface for creators and survey/checkout experience for backers.

Faster funding… Backers are charged immediately for their pledges, so there’s no risk that credit cards won’t clear when its time to fulfill.

And now, as a ComixLaunch sponsor, CrowdOx is offering creators an additional 10% off their per backer pricing at Crowdox.com.

So check them out and raise more funding after your next successful launch with CrowdOx at Crowdox.com.


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Write down a list of all of your creative fears. Pick one and take an action that moves you toward facing that fear.


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“The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.” – Emperor Marcus Aurelius

In this session, you’ll learn the importance of a great logline and how to craft one for your book. Tyler is joined by writer John “Scooter” Robinson, who teaches a simple, step-by-step formula any writer can use to compress even the most epic tale into a single compelling sentence that will connect with readers and make it vastly easier to sell.


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Loads of examples of loglines you already know and why they’re effective.
  • Inside the logline formula.
  • Secret sauce that make paint-by-numbers loglines pop.
  • Plus: Tyler and John provide on-the-fly logline critiques to real creators.

Today’s Session is Brought to You by:

Gemini Comic Supply. Use discount code “ComixLaunch” at checkout and get 10% off COMIC FLASH MAILERS at geminicomicsupply.com


Today’s Featured Guest:

John “Scooter” Robinson is a self-proclaimed “nerd”, a writer, web designer and content creator. He is the founder of IVth Wall, the inter-dimensional fabric which separates reality from unreality. He’s the creator and writer of the independent comic book series Scorpio, host of the Wakanda IV Ever podcast, blogger at IVWall.net and much more.


Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:

http://www.ivwall.net/blog/importance-logline
http://www.comixtribe.com/2011/05/16/crafting-a-log-line/


More About Our Sponsor:

Hey, are you getting ready to ship rewards to all your awesome backers?

With more than a decade of publishing under my belt, I’ve shipped my fair share of comics and graphic novels over the years… so you bet I was SHOCKED to realize I’d been doing it all wrong!

One of the most overlooked aspects of the Kickstarter process is your shipping materials, which is a shame, because how your package arrives is often the last impression your campaign will make on a backer, and will be a big factor in whether they choose to support you again.

And yet, I can’t tell you how many creators out there are disappointing their backers by shipping comics and graphic novels in shoddy packaging.
For the longest time, I was using and recommending rigid stayflat mailers for comics shipping… only to hear back from upset fans that their packages were decimated by a mail carrier who must hate them.

No more though.

I now use COMIC FLASH MAILERS from Gemini Comic Supply and the shipping complaints have all gone away.

COMIC FLASH MAILERS are engineered specifically to secure your comics and graphic novels.

They are constructed with high quality durable corrugated paper, while still being lightweight to reduce shipping costs.

Each mailer has a flexible capacity and is perfect for shipping single bagged and boarded issues or up to 12 comics or a few graphic novels in a single package.

And here’s a pro-tip: COMIC FLASH MAILERS slip comfortably into a FLAT RATE LEGAL envelope, which can save you 50% or more on the cost of shipping domestically, depending on the weight.

I reached out to Bryan Kelly at Gemini, told him I was a huge fan of his company, and secured a special deal for ComixLaunch listeners looking to upgrade their shipping game.

Just use COUPON CODE “ComixLaunch” at checkout at geminicomicsupply.com for 10% off your very first order at Gemini and treat your books and backers with the care they deserve.


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Take your current book or your favorite movie and craft a one-sentence logline for it following John’s logline formula.


How to Find Out More About Our Featured Guest:

http://www.ivwall.net/

Tyler welcomes BOOM! Studios President and CEO Ross Richie to talk about the company’s rapid rise from humble beginnings to a top publisher in the comics industry.


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • The key milestones in the BOOM! ascension to become one of the top publishers in comics.
  • The role licensing and relationships has played in BOOM! past, present and future success.
  • Ross’ predictions for where the industry is heading and how BOOM! is making decisions based on the future trends.
  • Plus: Abrian Curington is in the ComixLaunch Pro creator spotlight this month.

This Session is Sponsored by:

ComixLaunch.com/shopify


Today’s Featured Guest:

Ross Richie is the Founder, Chief Executive Officer of BOOM! Studios, which was founded in the spare bedroom of his apartment in June of 2005 — and the company went on to win Wizard Magazine’s “Best New Publisher” four months later. Since then, BOOM! has won “Publisher of the Year (under 3%)” from Diamond Comics Distributors 9 times, Eisner, Harvey, and GLAAD Awards, and published 5 New York Times best-sellers. Ross has been profiled in the Wall Street Journal, The New York and Los Angeles Times and written guest columns for The Hollywood Reporter. He produced the movie 2 Guns starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg and is currently a producer with a first look deal with 20th Century Fox. BOOM! series such as Lumberjanes, Mouse Guard, and Adventure Time have sold millions of copies worldwide and the first issue of BOOM!’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers outsold every series Marvel Comics shipped in March of 2016.

Ross has published legendary authors such as R.L. Stine, James Wan, John Carpenter, Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, Brian Azzarello, and George Perez, and published global brands such as Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Firefly, Charles Schulz’ Peanuts, Jim Davis’ Garfield, Fraggle Rock, Planet of the Apes… and many many more.


More About Our Sponsor:

Are you thinking about starting or upgrading your online shop so you can sell more of your art?

Are you tired wasting time and energy hacking together cheap, limited solutions that aren’t serving you or your potential customers very well?

Instead of spinning your wheels only looking at free or dirt-cheap store options, why not grab an affordable full-service online sales platform optimized for sales like Shopify?

With Shopify…

  • You don’t need Design skills. Shopify has dozens of beautiful, fully-customizable, mobile-friendly templates to get a perfectly branded look and an online stop you’ll be proud of.
  • You don’t Coding skills. With Shopify, setting up your store is simple, and you’ll be selling in no time at all, even if technology hates you.
  • And you don’t even need a Credit Card to get started. With this ComixLaunch offer, you can try Shopify free for 14 days. No risk, and no credit card required.

What you get with Shopify is a…

  • Fully customizable website, online store, and blog… your store can be your website!
  • Unlimited products!
  • Smooth integration to sell on channels like Facebook, Amazon and Pinterest.
  • 24-7 Customer support!

More than 500,000 creative businesses are powered by Shopify, including the CisforCthulhu.com store which I manage… and couldn’t be happier with it.

Stop messing around with subpar online shop solutions and try Shopify.

To start your 14-day free trial of Shopify, go to ComixLaunch.com/shopify


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Read a few articles or guest posts on your favorite comic book website and then send an email introducing yourself to someone who you’d like to know better, using that article as your entry point.


How to Find Out More About Our Featured Guest:

http://www.boom-studios.com

2 Emails That Generated $3,293 in Kickstarter Funding on Day One…

Wait? You don’t have an email launch list yet? No excuses, attend my free workshop here: http://comixlaunch.com/ready

And if you like smart, action -packed and genuinely scary crime horror graphic novels, check out SINK on Kickstarter: http://ComixTribe.com/sink

Tyler is going ALL IN on reader testimonials to help power what he hopes will be the biggest ComixTribe graphic novel launch yet. Find out the whys and hows of this strategy and get a behind the curtain look at his latest Kickstarter launch.


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • How Tyler is employing the power of testimonials to propel the SINK: Blood & Rain – Kickstarter to new heights.
  • The exact strategy Tyler used to get a dozen video testimonials from SINK readers in 24 hours.
  • 6 ways to deploy reader testimonials during your Kickstarter campaign and beyond!
  • Plus: Keys to ComixTribe’s biggest Kickstarter launch day yet!

This Session’s Featured Resource is Bluehost:

Go to ComixLaunch.com/bluehost for a special discount on domain registration and website hosting.


Links Mentioned in Today’s Show

SINK: Blood & Rain Kickstarter ComixTribe.com/sink

37 Kickstarter Page Elements That Build Trust With Backers http://www.comixlaunch.com/session185/


More About Our Featured Resource:

In a moment, I’m going to give you today’s ComixLauncher, but first, we need to thank our sponsor…

Let me ask you a question… are you master of your own domain?

No, this isn’t a dated Seinfeld reference… I’m talking about your web domain.

And Bluehost is an all in one web hosting solution that will help you master your domain.

I own the domains for ComixTribe.com, ComixLaunch.com and many more… but I know many of you are trying to save a few pennies a day by NOT paying for domains you’re trying to build brands around.

That’s a mistake.

Owning your own domain provides better branding

  • More professional.
  • More credible.
  • More memorable.

When you own the dot com for your brand, it’ll help you protect it.

If you’re building your empire on someone else land, your comic @facebook or @tumblr or remember @myspace God forbid… you don’t control those platforms.

Own your own domain…

You can use the ComixLaunch affiliate link to get a special introductory offer and 30-day money back guarantee at Bluehost by going to Comixlaunch.com/bluehost today.

Bluehost powers more than 2 million websites world wide and makes it super simple to get a WordPress hosted website up in just one click.

Master Your Domain, go to ComixLaunch.com/bluehost and lock it in today.


ComixLauncher [210]

Craft a strategy to get at least one reader testimonial in the next 30 days.

Walter Ostlie, Bob Frantz & Kevin Cuffe, creators of the hit Kickstarter-funded graphic novel Metal Shark Bro join Tyler for a lively discussion on going after a big goal on Kickstarter.


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Charting the Metal Shark Bro journey from insane idea to a $25K+ Kickstarter and then direct market success
  • The HOT (literally) Kickstarter Dead Zone strategy Kevin used to keep funding coming in during the Bro’s first launch
  • The Kickstarter strategies the boys are keeping (and the ones they’re ditching) in the new campaign
  • Plus: A success shout to a – ComixLaunch Pro on his first successful launch!

This Session is Sponsored by…

“Today’s Session is Sponsored by GORILLA MY DREAMS: GORILLA TAILS, 22 pages of Gorilla Noir written by Big Tim Stiles with art by Ahmed Raafat. GORILLA MY DREAMS: GORILLA TAILS is live on Kickstarter right now!”


Today’s Featured Guests

Walter Ostlie is a talented comic book Illustrator and the creator of Shiver Bureau.

Bob Frantz is the co-founder of Loophole Comics. He’s a husband., stay at home dad, writer & Podcaster.

Kevin Cuffe is a comic book writer and the creator of Oathbound: The Fantasy Spaghetti Western. He’s also the co-host of Word Bros, a comic book podcast with a focus on comic book creation with Bob Frantz.


Links Mentioned in Today’s Show

Metalshark Bro: Island of Mistfit Bros https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/637571649/metalshark-bro-island-of-misfit-bros?ref=nav_search&result=project&term=metal%20shark%20bro

More About Our Sponsor

GORILLA MY DREAMS: GORILLA TAILS is a 22-page superhero noir comic featuring Knockaround-Guy, a talking gorilla. Artist Ahmed Raafat and writer Big Tim Stiles tell five short stories that take place on the gritty streets of Struggle-Town.

Gasp with excitement watching cops have a shootout with themed henchmen! Recoil with fear as Knockaround-Guy teams up with Cthulhu Williams to take down a female mutant Nazi turtle! Snort-laugh as MutherDucker gets drunk in the North Poles Strip Club. And so much more.

GORILLA MY DREAMS is best described as “Batman: The Animated Series mashed with Ninja Turtles if Saturday morning cartoons were on TV after 10pm.” If you like gritty comics like Daredevil and Hellboy, then I think you’ll dig this comic. GORILLA MY DREAMS: GORILLA TAILS is live on Kickstarter right now!”


ComixLauncher [209]

Go take a look at the Metal Shark Bro KS campaign… Walter is a brilliant designer and creates a very attractive page… and incorporates an element of fun into the launch that not all pages have. Take some notes!


How to Find Out More About Today’s Featured Guests

walterostlie.com
loopholecomics.com
dorktrek.com
oathboundcomic.com
thewordbros.com

How many sales channels are your books selling in? In this session, Tyler breaks down the six distinct sales channels where ComixTribe books are generating revenue, and shares the exact distribution of where the money is coming from for it’s latest release.

Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Why Kickstarter alone isn’t enough?
  • Exact breakdowns of sales revenue generated by Wailing Blade #1
  • An often overlooked (but lucrative) sales channel if you can make those relationships.
  • Plus: Listener voicemail and dead zone strategies.

This Session’s Featured Resource is Bluehost:

Go to ComixLaunch.com/bluehost for a special discount on domain registration and website hosting.


Links Mentioned in Today’s Show

comixlaunch.com/bluehost
https://www.comicsbeat.com/matt-chats-tyler-james-comixtribe/
http://www.comixlaunch.com/session172/
http://www.comixlaunch.com/dead-zone-busting/
http://www.comixlaunch.com/session019/


More About Our Featured Resource:

In a moment, I’m going to give you today’s ComixLauncher, but first, we need to thank our sponsor…

Let me ask you a question… are you master of your own domain?

No, this isn’t a dated Seinfeld reference… I’m talking about your web domain.

And Bluehost is an all in one web hosting solution that will help you master your domain.

I own the domains for ComixTribe.com, ComixLaunch.com and many more… but I know many of you are trying to save a few pennies a day by NOT paying for domains you’re trying to build brands around.

That’s a mistake.

Owning your own domain provides better branding

  • More professional.
  • More credible.
  • More memorable.

When you own the dot com for your brand, it’ll help you protect it.

If you’re building your empire on someone else land, your comic @facebook or @tumblr or remember @myspace God forbid… you don’t control those platforms.

Own your own domain…

You can use the ComixLaunch affiliate link to get a special introductory offer and 30-day money back guarantee at Bluehost by going to Comixlaunch.com/bluehost today.

Bluehost powers more than 2 million websites world wide and makes it super simple to get a WordPress hosted website up in just one click.

Master Your Domain, go to ComixLaunch.com/bluehost and lock it in today.


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What’s the next sales channel you’d like to break into?

Wondering if Diamond Comics distribution make sense for YOUR indie comic? Tyler James & indie comic writer Travis Gibb jam on this hot topic, uncovering the common misconceptions and myths about working with Diamond.


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Indie comics writer Travis Gibb (The Broke Down Series) joins Tyler James for a frank discussion about the pros and cons of Diamond Comics Distribution.
  • Common misconceptions and myths about working with Diamond.
  • The key step between Kickstarter and Diamond that powered the success of ComixTribe in the direct market.
  • Plus: It’s the second half of 2019. Time to make some adjustments and course corrections so that you can hit your annual goals!

This Session is Sponsored by…

“Today’s Session is Sponsored by GORILLA MY DREAMS: GORILLA TAILS, 22 pages of Gorilla Noir written by Big Tim Stiles with art by Ahmed Raafat. GORILLA MY DREAMS: GORILLA TAILS is live on Kickstarter right now!”


Links Mentioned in Today’s Show

The Creator & Small Publisher’s Guide to the Diamond Distribution Cycle
http://www.comixtribe.com/2014/01/20/the-creator-small-publishers-guide-to-the-diamond-distribution-cycle/
Everything You Need to Know About Small Press Distribution
http://www.comixtribe.com/2013/02/24/everything-you-need-to-know-about-small-press-distribution/
AskComixTribe Episode 5: DIY vs Diamond Distribution
http://www.comixtribe.com/2014/11/24/askcomixtribe-episode-5-diy-vs-diamond-distribution/
Tips for Submitting to Diamond
http://www.comixtribe.com/2012/05/21/tips-for-submitting-to-diamond/


Audible Impact Recommendation

Primal Branding by Patrick Hanlon. As a ComixLaunch listener, you can get Primal Branding today for FREE by going to ComixLaunch.com/audible and signing up for a 30 Day Free Trial.


More About Our Sponsor

GORILLA MY DREAMS: GORILLA TAILS is a 22-page superhero noir comic featuring Knockaround-Guy, a talking gorilla. Artist Ahmed Raafat and writer Big Tim Stiles tell five short stories that take place on the gritty streets of Struggle-Town.

Gasp with excitement watching cops have a shootout with themed henchmen! Recoil with fear as Knockaround-Guy teams up with Cthulhu Williams to take down a female mutant Nazi turtle! Snort-laugh as MutherDucker gets drunk in the North Poles Strip Club. And so much more.

GORILLA MY DREAMS is best described as “Batman: The Animated Series mashed with Ninja Turtles if Saturday morning cartoons were on TV after 10pm.” If you like gritty comics like Daredevil and Hellboy, then I think you’ll dig this comic. GORILLA MY DREAMS: GORILLA TAILS is live on Kickstarter right now!”


ComixLauncher [207]

Go Read the Classic ComixTribe Article titled Tips for Submitting to Diamond
http://www.comixtribe.com/2012/05/21/tips-for-submitting-to-diamond/

Over the past several years, Ryan K Lindsay has heard the word “yes” from Black Mask, IDW, Dark Horse, DC, ComixTribe and many more. On this special session of the ComixLaunch Podcast, Tyler picks Ryan’s brain on how he’s managed to perfect his pitching process to attract the interest of artists, editors and fans.


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Ryan’s process for determining what projects he’ll pitch around to publishers and what projects he’ll self-publish?
  • How to make your pitch stand out above the standard slush pile submissions.
  • Hope for creators who don’t live in the comic book meccas of New York or LA and can’t attend every convention, yet still want to get pitches accepted.
  • How geeking out on D&D lately is making Ryan a better writer?
  • Plus: Don’t Miss out on Break Kickstarter Month!

This Session is Sponsored by:

ComixLaunch.com/shopify


Today’s Featured Guest:

Ryan is a comic book writer and educator, and over the past several years, he’s accumulated more publishing credits that we have time to cover.

His work has been published by Black Mask, MonkeyBrain, IDW, Dark Horse, Vertigo and ComixTribe to name a few.

He was selected as a participant in the highly coveted DC Writing Workshop group of 2016, learning advanced comic writing from Scott Snyder.

He’s also self-published several Kickstarter-funded titles under his own Four Colour Ray Gun imprint, with a focus on digital-only campaigns for books such as DEER EDITOR, EIR, INK ISLAND and STAIN THE SEAS SCARLET.

Always one to heap massive praise on his artist partners and collaborators, Ryan has worked with artists including Eric Zawadzki, Sebastian Piriz, Sami Kivela, Owen Gieni, Tommy Lee, Edwards, Alex Cormack and more…

He is an extreme process junkie and writes one of the most thoughtful weekly newletters in comics called “The Two Fisted Homeopape” https://tinyletter.com/ryanklindsay


Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:

ComixLaunch.com/shopify
break.kickstarter.com
https://tinyletter.com/ryanklindsay
ComixLaunch.com/club


More About Our Sponsor:

Are you thinking about starting or upgrading your online shop so you can sell more of your art?

Are you tired wasting time and energy hacking together cheap, limited solutions that aren’t serving you or your potential customers very well?

Instead of spinning your wheels only looking at free or dirt-cheap store options, why not grab an affordable full-service online sales platform optimized for sales like Shopify?

With Shopify…

  • You don’t need Design skills. Shopify has dozens of beautiful, fully-customizable, mobile-friendly templates to get a perfectly branded look and an online stop you’ll be proud of.
  • You don’t Coding skills. With Shopify, setting up your store is simple, and you’ll be selling in no time at all, even if technology hates you.
  • And you don’t even need a Credit Card to get started. With this ComixLaunch offer, you can try Shopify free for 14 days. No risk, and no credit card required.

What you get with Shopify is a…

  • Fully customizable website, online store, and blog… your store can be your website!
  • Unlimited products!
  • Smooth integration to sell on channels like Facebook, Amazon and Pinterest.
  • 24-7 Customer support!

More than 500,000 creative businesses are powered by Shopify, including the CisforCthulhu.com store which I manage… and couldn’t be happier with it.

Stop messing around with subpar online shop solutions and try Shopify.

To start your 14-day free trial of Shopify, go to ComixLaunch.com/shopify


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Go sign up for Ryan K Lindsay’s newsletter for process, tips, advice, book recommendations and more–> https://tinyletter.com/ryanklindsay


How to Find Out More About Our Featured Guest:

https://tinyletter.com/ryanklindsay
twitter.com/ryanklindsay
https://ryanklindsay.com/

Tables are turned and ComixLaunch Host Tyler James finds himself in the hotseat. In this session, Tyler talks about a calling and vision for a live, in-person professional development conference for comic creators and gets some feedback and great questions to think about from a mastermind of creator peers. And the best part… YOU get to be a fly on the wall for this conversation!


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Tyler’s (less than clear) vision for an event for comic creators that’s NOT a comic convention but instead an opportunity for learning, growth, networking, professional development and inspiration
  • Similar events to look at and model and the strengths, weaknesses and opportunities here
  • What it would take to get creators like Karl Kesel, Dirk Manning and Russell Nohelty to be interested in an event like this.
  • Plus: Good luck to all new ComixLaunch MasterMind applicants!

This Session is Sponsored by:

Today’s session is brought to you by CrowdOx, software that helps you take control of your crowdfunding campaign, save time and raise more funding. ComixLaunch listeners get 10% off per backer pricing at Crowdox.com


In the Mastermind Hotseat Today:

Tyler James, host of ComixLaunch and publisher of ComixTribe


In the Mastermind Round Table:

  • Karl Kesel is a professional writer, inker and occassional penciler, whose credits include Superman, Super Boy, Harley Quinn, Spider-Man, Captain America and more. He has also co-created SECTION ZERO with Tom Grummett, a series brought back to life with the magic of Kickstarter (Session #202 Hotseat)
  • Dirk Manning is the writer/creator of comic series TALES OF MR. RHEE (Devil’s Due), NIGHTMARE WORLD (Image Comics/Shadowline), WRITE OR WRONG: A WRITER’S GUIDE TO CREATING COMICS (Caliber) and more. (Session #204 Hotseat)
  • Russell Nohelty, author of comics and prose, launched mulitple five-figure anthology projects, and creates courses and other resources for creatives at thecompletecreative.com.

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Crowdox.com

Karl Kesel’s latest Kickstarter
IMPOSSIBLE JONES: GRIN & GRITTY! A Graphic Novel https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1227066666/impossible-jones-grin-and-gritty-a-graphic-novel


More About Our Sponsor:

On this podcast back in 2017, I told you all I was shooting for a six-figure launch for the Sweet Dreams Cthulhu Kickstarter campaign.

Well, we came up a little short on Kickstarter…

But thanks to CrowdOx, we were able to shoot way past the six figure mark…

And it was the easiest funding to raise in the entire campaign.

See, CrowdOx helps crowdfunding project creators increase funding, manage their campaigns, and save time.

How does it work?

Well, CrowdOx helps creators take a successful campaign and keep the funds coming in by:

Selling Upgrades, Add-ons & Extras during the survey process with just a couple clicks.

Accepting pre-orders on a beautiful CrowdOx store to keep the funding coming in.

Collecting funding that Kickstarter couldn’t from backers unable to fix their CC in time.

Accepting Paypal! (HUGE!)

CrowdOx Customers are raising on average an extra 12% of funding after their original campaign is over…

My first CrowdOx turbocharged launch, we raised an extra 18% and enabled us to hit that six figure goal.

CrowdOx is an alternative to BackerKit, and while I’ve used and recommended both companies, I prefer CrowdOx because it offers:

A per BACKER pricing model vs. a per Funds Raised, which usually works out better for creators.

An easier interface for creators and survey/checkout experience for backers.

Faster funding… Backers are charged immediately for their pledges, so there’s no risk that credit cards won’t clear when its time to fulfill.

And now, as a ComixLaunch sponsor, CrowdOx is offering creators an additional 10% off their per backer pricing at Crowdox.com.

So check them out and raise more funding after your next successful launch with CrowdOx at Crowdox.com.


ComixLauncher [205]:

What would YOU like to see in a professional development conference for comic creators?