Learn the #1 strategy to use when your crowdfunding campaign is struggling to get to 100% funded.
In this deep-dive discussion about the changing state of the crowdfunding landscape in 2022, Tyler chats with Zoop founder and CEO Jordan Plosky about the niche his new crowdfunding platform is carving out. With the goal of making crowdfunding a more pleasurable experience for creators running campaigns and for the fans supporting them, this conversation covers a wide range of topics anyone interested in comics crowdfunding will want to tune into.
J.S. Earls is working with a popular writer on adapting one of his novels into a graphic novel for launching on Kickstarter. His challenge is that previously, another crowdfunded adaptation project of that author run by another team was seriously late in fulfilling. In this session, a roundtable of creators advise J.S. on how to rebuild good will and trust with fans after a previous failure to meet promises and expectations.
Jacob Michael Campbell is gearing up for his first Kickstarter launch for a brand new comic book series, and is looking for ideas and guidance on how to build an audience for it, starting from scratch. In this mastermind style session of the ComixLaunch Podcast, a roundtable of veteran creators will help Jacob discover where he should be focusing in terms of audience building prior to launch.
With a big convention fast approaching and a number of titles nearly ready to launch on Kickstarter, Shane Chebsey is feeling the pressure to get those projects launched. In this mastermind style session of the ComixLaunch Podcast, a roundtable of creators will help Shane brainstorm ideas for launching more Kickstarter projects in a short amount of time.
Over the past few years, comic creator Nathan Lueth has racked up a number of successful Kickstarter campaigns. As a result, he now has a healthy inventory of books in his basement he'd love to sell, and is interested in getting tips to make more sales in places off of Kickstarter? In this mastermind style episode, Tyler and a group of talented creators advise Nathan where he should be focusing and what strategies work best for sales beyond Kickstarter?
Writer and cartoonist Scott Harris-King has had success publishing his Kickstarter series The Crimebusters over the past few years. But as a do-it-all creator, his creative output is limited. Now he'd like to level up from being a solo creator to building out a publishing line so he can get more stories out into the world. In this mastermind style episode, Tyler and a group of talented creators brainstorm with Scott on how he might best learn the skills of being a publisher and find the right people to round out his team?
Curtis Clow is the writer and co-creator of a number of highly successful fantasy graphic novel series on Kickstarter, including Beastlands, The Wild Cosmos, Slightly Exaggerated and Majestic. In this session, Tyler James talks to Curtis about how his approach to Kickstarter has evolved over the years, and some new opportunities that have been created by the success on that platform.
Today, there are more ways than ever to get into your audience's inbox during a Kickstarter launch, which has many creators wondering how much is too much? In this session, Tyler will break down how he sees the crucial skill of email communication when in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign.
Writer and Editor James Powell (House of Fear) takes a minute away from his biggest House of Fear launch ever to join Tyler James for a discussion about imposter syndrome, playing the mental game of being a creator, and thriving on Kickstarter and beyond.