ComixLaunch host Tyler James is interviewed by Walter Haas of Kickspy, in an effort to uncover the secrets of successful Kickstarter projects.
In this session with writer Ryan K Lindsay (Negative Space, Deer Editor), the topic is the pros and cons of digital only reward Kickstarter campaigns. This session will be especially valuable to creators outside of the United States interested in discover whether or not Kickstarter is a good platform for them.
In this session, Tyler James and co-host Jeremy Melloul, rebuild the Riverdale relaunch Kickstarter from the ground up, and discuss ideas for crafting a more successful launch.
Earlier this year, Archie Comics launched a massive Kickstarter campaign to help relaunch Riverdale for a modern audience. Just five days later, they shut the campaign down after backlash from the comic book industry. On today's episode, Tyler James and co-host Jeremy Melloul discuss exactly what went wrong in Riverdale, and more importantly, talk about the important lessons creators can learn from Archie's failed Kickstarter.
Thousands of creators have had successful comic book projects on Kickstarter, and thousands more have had unsuccessful ones... but few creators have experienced both failure and success in the same month! Today, Tyler talks to writer Wes Locher about the agony and the ecstasy of Kickstarter, and how he turned a failed campaign into a successful one by changing 5 key things.
Did you know 9 out of the top 10 most funded Kickstarter projects were webcomics first? In this knowledge-bomb laced session, Tyler James talks to Ryan Browne, creator of God Hates Astronauts and Blast Furnace, about the the potent combination of webcomics and Kickstarter.
What are the pros and cons of promoting your Kickstarter at comic book conventions? What are the best strategies for converting con attendees into happy backers? When is the best time to promote your Kickstarter at live-events like conventions? Tyler James discusses all this and more in this episode of ComixLaunch!
Tyler James is joined by co-host Jeremy Melloul for a frank discussion about who Kickstarter is for... and who it's not for, and who the perception of who should be crowdfunding comics has evolved over the past five years.
Your project image is the single most important image you'll need for a successful Kickstarter. In this episode of ComixLaunch, you'll learn what works and what definitely doesn't when it comes to creating Kickstarter project images.
Don’t even think about launching your crowdfunding project until you do these five things. Today’s Session is Sponsored by PureButtons! Go to comixlaunch.com/purebuttons for 10% off your entire custom button order! There is a FREE...