On Kickstarter, and what happens when your kickstarter campaign hits a lull

May 27th, 2014

When my sister’s first kickstarter (to get funding for a compilation of queer comics artists that she wanted to publish) hit a prolonged lull, here’s what I told her. I’m not saying this advice changed the course of her kickstarter, I’m just saying there are many other ways to bring attention to your kickstarter campaign other than “hey, please support us.”

  1. Somewhere online, tell some of the stories behind your book, and behind the people who wrote the comics in your book.
  2. Link to those stories in your kickstarter updates and encourage the people who have already supported you to share these stories with their friends.

That’s it. If you’ve got any more ideas, share~~~~~


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