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.

Highlights of This Session Include:

  • What are the key features and benefits that differentiate Zoop in a competitive comic book crowdfunding landscape.
  • Details on how Zoop’s initial “full service” crowdfunding model for curated campaigns, such as Nick Pitarra’s $200K+ Ax Wielder Jon launch!
  • How Zoop now offers a more “self-run” model available to all creators which is comparable to the Kickstarter model.
  • Plus: Tyler gets the surprising story behind why the heck the company is named Zoop!

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Today’s Featured Guest:

Jordan Plosky is the Co-founder and CEO of Zoop, the comics crowdfunding platform launched in 2021. Previously, he was the co-founder and CEO of Comic Blitz.

Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:
Submit Your Project to Zoop
Zoop FAQ

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Which of the Zoop features laid out by Jordan is most compelling to you as a creator?

How to Find Out More About Our Featured Guest:

Submit Your Project to Zoop
Zoop FAQ

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