Writer James Mascia asks the ComixLaunch roundtable to help brainstorm some new ideas to reinvigorate potential backers, as it seems like he’s been recycling the same basic crowdfunding moves for a while, and may have plateaued. This mastermind style session is chock full of ideas even the most veteran comic book crowdfunders can put into practice.
Highlights of This Session Include:
- Crowdfunding strategies that have been working incredibly well of James Mascia’s Dren Productions.
- Exploring more ambitious stretch goal and product ideas.
- How to view plateaus in your creative business, and what it takes to break through them.
- Plus: Another Kickstarter platform update around reward images.
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In the MasterMind Hot Seat Today:
James Mascia is the driving force behind Dren Productions, the publisher of awesome horror, sci-fi and fantasy comics, including Flesh-Eating Cheerleaders, Plan 59 from Outer Space, Dungeons and Dimwits, High School Heroes, and more.
In the MasterMind Round Table:
- Scott Harris-King (Writer)
- Chris Brimmage (Comic and Prose Writer, Marketer)
- Jeff Lorentz (Comic Writer & Artist)
- Don Handfield (Film Writer & Producer, Comic Writer)
Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:
Dungeons and Dimwits – Issues 1 & 2 by Dren Productions Games & James Mascia https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/drenproductionsgames/dun-and-dim-2/
Flesh-Eating Cheerleaders: 1969 Comic One-Shot
More About Our Sponsor:
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Veteran creators, what crowdfunding moves that you often do are feeling a little stale? Or if you’re new, what moves do you see creators do that you think is a little played out? What might you do instead?