Comic creator Rene Pfitzner has been building a following and having success on Kickstarter, but still feels like he’s struggling to find out where his ideal reader hangs out online, and the best strategies to actually connect with them so that they can discover his books? Tyler and a mastermind roundtable of creators have advice for Rene and share it in this mastermind style session.
Highlights of This Session Include:
- Tips to figure out where your audience is hiding.
- Connection strategies that work!
- Advice for making the most out of any size audience.
- Plus: Tips for surveying your audience!
This Session is Sponsored By:
Comic Impressions, a US based comic and graphic novel printer specializing in BOTH small digital AND large offset print runs. Go to ComicImpressions.com to to submit a quote or request a FREE printing sample and when you mention ComixLaunch you’ll get 5% off your next order!
In the Mastermind Hotseat Today:
Rene Pfitzner is a comic artist and writer. He has worked in the animation industry, animating for Disney on 10 different films. He was a storyboard artist on Classic Tales and Bob’s Burgers. He has been published in the comic anthologies Monsters and Pulp Crucifiction, and his comics have appeared in The Bizarre Times, Lot’s Wife, Revolver and Mad Magazine. In 2018 he funded his first graphic novel on Kickstarter, Sneaky Goblins: an all-ages story of fantasy mayhem. In 2019 he funded and fulfilled his second comic kickstarter, Sneaky Goblins at College. He’s currently Kickstarting his 3rd comic book project: Mythic Creature Trainer #1. Rene is passionate about creating compelling characters who are thrown into challenging situations. He loves playing tabletop games with his 3 kids, watching movies and playing MMORPG games.
In the Mastermind Round Table:
Matthew Childers (Art Director, Designer, Artist & Comic Creator)
E.N. Ejob (Publisher, Writer)
Bitsy Tandem (Comics & Manga Writer & Artist)
More About Our Sponsor:
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Ask a simple question to your audience: “Where are the top three places you hang out online to find more [what you create.]”