After stopping doing comic conventions entirely at the start of the pandemic in 2020, Tyler finally returned to tabling at Wicked Comic Con over the weekend. In this session, he’ll break down his top insights from being a vendor at this mid-sized, two day show in Boston.

Highlights of This Session Include:

  • What was most difficult about returning to conventions after a long time away?
  • 3 elements of an effective convention pitch and a new book Tyler picked up that nailed all three!
  • Why solo shows aren’t nearly as fun as tabling with friends!
  • Plus: A listener asks how to get friends to follow through on their stated intentions to back his Kickstarter.

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Refine your convention pitch to include:

  1. A one-liner that gets a “knowing smile.”
  2. A 1-2 sentence pitch that clearly says what the book is about in a way that is unique, compelling and interesting.
  3. A personal connection that answers why making this book is important to you.
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