Campaign underperforming? You know you need to stay positive in order to keep promoting your Kickstarter... but how do you actually do that when you keep hitting refresh on your project page and aren't liking your funding or backer totals? In this session, Tyler shares why it's so important to shake out of that negative state and how to quickly right your emotional ship.
Looking for something to do during your Kickstarter campaign to engage your backers and bring some new ones onboard your campaign? Then look no further than the Livestream Q&A! In this podcast, Tyler will break this strategy down step-by-step!
No question the more times you launch on Kickstarter the easier it becomes for creators... and yet, there are still some problems that arise when you've been launching for a while. After launching his 23rd(!) Kickstarter campaign for ComixTribe's Happy Hill #1, Tyler shares a few problems that he and other veteran creators face, as well as suggestions for how best to handle them.
When the mainstream comics industry went "pencils down" during the pandemic of 2020, industry veteran Jeremy Haun knew he had to keep telling stories and making comics... and so he did! The result... HAUNTHOLOGY an oversized, 144+ page hardcover of original short horror comics.
Karl Kerschl, the Eisner Award-winning Writer/Illustrator of The Abominable Charles Christopher, Gotham Academy and the fantasy adventure series ISOLA, joins Tyler for a wide-ranging interview about building a lasting career in comics, webcomics, crowdfunding, and a whole lot more.
Comics writer D.P. Brown is looking to expand his audience by using a viral contest... but he's never done one before and is looking for strategies to make it pop. A round table of comic creators guide D.P. on tools, strategies and best practices for audience building viral contests.
Despite rocking his best Kickstarter launch ever, there was one metric that was really bothering Night Wolf creator Rob Multari... his returning backer rate? Was this a sign that something major was wrong with his launch? Or was this "problem" actually not a problem at all?
Writer/artist Jaymie Dylan is concerned that her next Kickstarter project might be too different from her last one to bring her existing backers back for more. In this mastermind style session, the round table discusses personal branding and strategies for multi-talented, multi-interested creators can use to get their audience to follow them, regardless of what they're creating.
Like many creators, Ryan Claytor has far more creative projects in the works than he can possibly complete. As a result, he's feeling less productive than he'd like. Know the feeling? Well, this group of creators certainly does, and in this mastermind style session, they'll provide Ryan some support for taking control of his project load.
Writer George O'Connor is gearing up to launch his first big anthology project, Toddlerpocalypse, and is looking to brainstorm reward and campaign ideas to help take this launch to the stratosphere. A group of talented creators helps George unlock some brilliant ideas in this mastermind style session.