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About the Creative Funding Show a Podcast About Kickstarter and Patreon
The Creative Funding Show is a podcast where Thomas Umstattd Jr. interviews Authors, YouTubers, and Podcasters who are funding their creativity using platforms like Patreon, Kickstarter.
You will also learn about making money with advertising, sponsorships, merch, and other creative ways to make a living as an artist.
Thomas Umstattd Jr.
Thomas stated his first podcast in 2007 and had his first successful Kickstarter campaign in 2013. He’s the CEO of Author Media a company that helps make authors rich and famous. For more about Thomas, listen to his intro episode.
In this episode, we talk about how to use Zapier to send out welcome emails to Paatreon Patrons automatically.read more
In this episode, we talk with Bryan Cohen about how he built a successful business around his podcast and with his podcast audience.read more
Audiobook sales are the fastest growing segment of publishing. If you have ever thought about writing a book, you should think about recording an audiobook.read more
In this episode, Jacqueline Isaacs shares her experience launching a controversial book on Indiegogo. She also talks about what it was like writing a book along with multiple co-authors.read more
In this episode, Thomas Umstattd talks with Rachael Herron about how she went from writing as a hobby to a full-time author. We specifically talk about how she uses Patreon to connect with her most passionate fans.read more
In this episode, Thomas Umstattd Jr. talks with bestselling author and podcaster Joanna Penn about how and why to diversify your income. This can’t-miss episode is packed with practical advice from an industry leader.read more
In this episode, we talk with Mary DeMuth, the author of Not Marked, a book rejected by every publisher that went on to be a huge success on Indiegogo.read more
Shemer Kuznits is an Israeli indie author who is using Patreon to fund his writing. He was recently able to move from working 5 days a week to 4 days a week giving him another day dedicated to writing.read more