ComixTribe just had it’s most-backed, most funded Kickstarter launch ever with Ryan K Lindsay & Louie Joyce’s A FISTFUL OF PAIN. In this Kickstarter postmortem recap, Tyler dives deep into the analytics to extract the key components that resulted in such a successful launch.

Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Inside the analytics to see where Fistful backers actually came from and what traffic sources were complete funding duds.
  • Two moves that were really effective at getting a high % of backers to choose the more expensive hardcover edition over the cheaper softcover alternatives.
  • Why paid ads was NOT a major contributor to the campaign’s success and what was instead?
  • Plus: ComixLaunch listener feedback on social media strategies!

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What are three questions you hope to be able to answer by diving into the data after your next Kickstarter campaign is over?

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