Tyler James takes an in-depth look at how Comixology sales are impacting creators bottom-lines.
Tackling the tricky subject of Kickstarter Stretch Goals…Plenty of DOs and a whole lot of DON’Ts!
What do you do when you find another creative team is coming out with a book that has the exact same concept as the book you’re working on?
Tyler James discusses seven new crowdfunding strategies he’ll be trying with his latest Kickstarter campaign.
Tyler James continues his DIY Crowdfunding series, discussing the ins and outs of shipping.
Tyler James continues his analysis of comics and crowdfunding, discussing the 5 things you must source BEFORE you launch your Kickstarter campaign.
Tyler James takes a no-nonsense look at ALL of the distribution channels available to small-press creators.
How do you cope when all the projects you want to work on someday are sucking the energy from what you’re currently committed to?
Tyler James shares five things he learned running a successful Kickstarter campaign. Thinking of running one? Give it a read!
Tyler James explores the pre-order gauntlet facing direct market books…a guantlet ComixTribe is currently facing with the Diamond debut of Joe Mulvey’s SCAM #1.
UPDATE! Cool news on this post. Make with click! Tyler James posts a special Comix Counsel with thoughts on the Graphic.ly shake up, and a SPECIAL OFFER for folks on the fence about whether or not to use the new service.
Last week was a good week for ComixTribe. SCAM #1 by writer/artist Joe Mulvey, our first release of 2012, generated an incredible amount of buzz with its debut on January 25. Despite a first printing of just 777 copies and being available in just a few dozen comic shops in North America, SCAM #1 was IGN.com’s […]
Happy Monday everyone! Rather than one focused topic, I’m going to do a number of quick hits today of things that are on my mind. Give it a read, and weigh in on the comments below. 1) SCAM #1 Sells Out Related Posts:UPDATED! Barcodes, ISBNs, UPCs, Oh My!A Creator-Owned Sales Monster in the MakingHard Numbers, […]
“Focus on writing shorts.” This is the advice I’ve heard most often given to aspiring comic writers from working editors and pros. It’s advice I’ve echoed myself. Related Posts:UPDATED! Barcodes, ISBNs, UPCs, Oh My!A Creator-Owned Sales Monster in the MakingHard Numbers, Hard LessonsDon’t Let Comics Ruin Your LifeTips for Submitting to Diamond