Building a new audience is a challenge, even for creators who have had success in the past. Rob Multari of Lone Wolf Comics returns to the ComixLaunch Podcast to discuss the process and stress of building a new audience on different social channels and email lists to support his new children’s book, Wolf Pack Pups on Kickstarter.

Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Why it was important for Rob to set up a new audience and social channels for his children’s book imprint rather than launch under his existing accounts?
  • The importance of considering the opportunity costs before launching a new venture, and what makes it worth doing?
  • Strategies for building a new audience from scratch?
  • PLUS: Specific steps to keep momentum going and to stay positive when you know your launch will be a long grind?

Today’s Session is Sponsored By:

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Today’s Featured Guest:

Rob Multari is the Pennsylvania based writer best know for the supernatural comics Night Wolf and Snow Paw, and the publisher of Lone Wolf Comics, who has raised well over six-figures in funding on the Kickstarter platform across a number of successful launches.

He’s a a pro in web development and graphic design, as well as social media management and email marketing.

He’s back on Kickstarter this month with his first children’s book, Wolf Pack Pups: A Halloween Trick or Treat Tail.

Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:

Wolf Pack Pups: A Halloween Trick or Treat Tail Book & Plush

More About Our Sponsor:

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What would be the pros and cons of you expanding your IP to serve a new audience?

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