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[quote="wendyw"]Currently your site consists of a very short statement and a link to a non-existent forum. People are going to need a bit more than that if you want them to sign up. Tell us why we should host our comics on your site as opposed to the likes of Smack Jeeves, Drunk Duck or ComicFury. Will there be advertising on the site? How many comics are you looking to have on the site? Are there any conditions for having our comics on your site? How customisable will things be? What kind of promotion will you be doing? What's the situation regarding commenting? At the moment we know absolutely nothing about what you're wanting or offering.[/quote]
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Posted: Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:22 pm
I must apologise, we were hoping to have the site fleshed out a bit more by this point. I guess this is what happens when you count your chickens before youíve sorted out all the technical issues.
The first thing to know is that we are primarily looking for people to create comics as oppose to the comics themselves. We would like enough people so that there is new content every day of the week but not many more. Yes, there will be advertising. However, all revenue from ads placed on the same page as your comic will go directly to you. When an artist or writer joins our site, I want them to feel like they are joining a team. We want to do our best to get our members to help each other and collaborate as much as possible.
As far as conditions, we are looking for people who can produce intelligent content at least once per week. It does not have to be the same series but the restrictions we have is that it must be safe for work as well as it canít incorporate copywriten materials. Moreover, though we certainly wouldnít force them to do anything, we want them to be open to the idea of working with the other people on the site. Your pages will be entirely customizable and if you want something done with your page and donít know how to do it yourself, we may even find time to do it for you. We running the site are all interested in making comics ourselves and putting it on the site. For this reason we are far more interested in using this site to produce good art than any kind of profit.
Promotion wise, we will be mostly advertising the site as a whole but we also plan on having things such as a newsletter on social media sites that would discuss upcoming projects and series and whatever about your work you think would be interesting. This said, we will always be keeping an eye open for new ways to get the word out about your works.
Posted: Sun Jul 22, 2012 12:00 pm
Currently your site consists of a very short statement and a link to a non-existent forum. People are going to need a bit more than that if you want them to sign up.
Tell us why we should host our comics on your site as opposed to the likes of Smack Jeeves, Drunk Duck or ComicFury.
Will there be advertising on the site?
How many comics are you looking to have on the site?
Are there any conditions for having our comics on your site?
How customisable will things be?
What kind of promotion will you be doing?
What's the situation regarding commenting?
At the moment we know absolutely nothing about what you're wanting or offering.
Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2012 6:40 pm
Post subject: www.comicworm.com
We at Comicworm aim to build a community for artists and audiences, where webcomics can be produced, shared, and enjoyed. We are looking to give the opportunity for aspiring artists to have their webcomics hosted and promoted on our site, as well as market and advertise for them.
As we are just starting up, we would like to know if there is anyone who is interested in having their webcomic series featured on our site. Me are mostly interested in people who can produce content on a regular basis.
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