15
Oct

New Panel Video Up-> Revenue Streams: How to Make Ten-Tenths of a Living

The next panel video recording from Intervention 2010 is now available for viewing: Revenue Streams: How to Make Ten-Tenths of a Living.

Panel description: Books, merchandise, subscriptions, donations, advertising, spinoff comics, mobile apps, paid downloads, character licensing, games, animated series, movie options, speaking fees, selling original art, springboarding your other projects and services! It might be that none of these can make you a living on your webcomic, but combining many or most into one business model could.

Panelists: Rob Balder, Eric Kimball, Bill Holbrook, Darren Gendron

17 Responses to “New Panel Video Up-> Revenue Streams: How to Make Ten-Tenths of a Living”

  1. […] by now, but this one from Intervention stood out as a particularly good one. It was called "Revenue Streams: How to Make Ten-Tenths of a Living" and the con got it on video. It's me (moderating), plus Darren Gendron, Bill Holbrook and Eric […]

  2. Thanks for posting this! I found the discussion of the various revenue streams (especially the subscription methods) very fascinating.

  3. Mary says:

    Thank you for posting this!

    I feel like the video producer guy at the end has a lot more options other than the fetish porn idea that someone threw at him. There are a lot of places for indie films and shorts online and a lot of them make money because the big boys (ABC, NBC, Disney, Fox) are looking for ways to have their content make money through those same channels. I’d start by putting his older videos up on YouTube and Vimeo with giant pre- and post- ads that funnel people to his real site or more content elsewhere. Vimeo is also a great place to host your films for free so you save on bandwidth too. Then I’d try to get his stuff up on Hulu and iTunes. I’ve seen a bunch of short films on Hulu and they seem to do pretty well. I don’t know how much money you’d make from either site, but they have giant audiences and would be a good way to get people to find you. People use Kickstarter to get funds for their productions all the time on a public radio model where you get a small gift — a DVD, for instance — in exchange for being an angel backer. Since you’re doing a smaller production, you could offer up the type of premium that the others were suggesting. Good luck!

    • onezumi says:

      Glad you like the videos, Mary! I can’t wait to get some more posted!

      Some great thoughts, too! I definitely want to have more discussions about this next year! :D

  4. Dylan says:

    Hey guys, thank you SO much for posting that! I’m the guy that asked about video production in the last five minutes, and having a recording of the panelist’s opinions and advice on had at any time is such a GREAT TOOL I never expected I’d have. Thanks Interventioncon for proving to be more than awesome- you’re SUPER AWESOME!

  5. mayshing says:

    love the fact u guys put all panels up online. i will help spread the word out

    • onezumi says:

      Thank you so much! We want Intervention to be fun and also a great resource for everyone – no matter where they are or if they can afford to come. :D We plan to record the panels next year as well!

  6. […] Don’t forget! The comic book that I illustrated, “A Duel in the Somme”, is now available for purchase as a hard copy. You can also show your support for it at Rob Balder’s tip jar , so please help him out. You can also see me and Rob talk about it at Intervention here. I’m also on a panel discussing the business of webcomics here. […]

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  8. […] talk about it at Intervention here. I’m also on a panel discussing the business of webcomics here. I’m honored and delighted that the Mensa organization has selected “Kevin & […]

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  10. […] In “Kevin & Kell” news, you probably recall that I’m still trying to get the strip adapted into a TV series. Here’s the latest update on that. Don’t forget! The comic book that I illustrated, “A Duel in the Somme”, is now available for purchase as a hard copy. You can also show your support for it at Rob Balder’s tip jar , so please help him out. You can also see me and Rob talk about it at Intervention here. I’m also on a panel discussing the business of webcomics here. […]

  11. […] Don’t forget! The comic book that I illustrated, “A Duel in the Somme”, is now available for purchase as a hard copy. You can also show your support for it at Rob Balder’s tip jar , so please help him out. You can also see me and Rob talk about it at Intervention here. I’m also on a panel discussing the business of webcomics here. […]

  12. […] talk about it at Intervention here. I’m also on a panel discussing the business of webcomics here. I’m honored and delighted that the Mensa organization has selected “Kevin & […]

  13. […] Don’t forget! The comic book that I illustrated, “A Duel in the Somme”, is now available for purchase as a hard copy. You can also show your support for it at Rob Balder’s tip jar , so please help him out. You can also see me and Rob talk about it at Intervention here. I’m also on a panel discussing the business of webcomics here. […]

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