Last month I celebrated my first full year as a co-host on the Webcomic Alliance podcast! I've had such a fun time hanging out with Robin, Dawn, Chris, Liz and Byron on this great podcast and learning from them, and hope to do so for many more episodes! Here's a few of my favorite episodes from my first year on the show:
Booth Design! You’ve made it to the show, you’ve got your product, now how do you catch those convention eyeballs and get customers to stop? Where do you start? How do you make it cohesive, even if you have multiple products or stories on one table?
It seems like when people say, “webcomics” they often mean, “the funny strips,” ignoring all the amazing creators making sequential stories. While there’s a lot of cross-over between these two types of comics, there are also some key differences. What does a creator need to keep in mind when starting their first long-form story?
If you want to sell online, what are your options for a storefront? How do you leverage the unique advantages of internet commerce? We share our experiences with various platforms and discuss best-practices for selling products.
If you like this content and want to support our group, we have some very exciting news coming up about a Webcomic Alliance Kickstarter to make some important improvements. Stay tuned!