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WCRI is a webcomic podcast devoted to the creation and monetization of webcomics. There are how-to shows on how to create, draw, write, and market webcomics, as well as reviews on webcomics. There are also interview shows with creators, businessmen and others involved with webcomics. In short, if you want to create and make money from webcomics, this is where you start. Note: We broadcast on (https://www.patreon.com/twosparrows) every Wednesday at 6PM PST. https://www.spreaker.com/show/35075 ...
 
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This episode is all about how to create your business from the beginning: It includes the kind of paperwork to look for, how to create business and marketing plans, and how to get people to your site. We also look at SEO and merchandise. In short, this podcast is for those serious about what they do. https://vurbl.com/station/87AfMj7qUcp/…
 
We discuss how to grow your business with Daniel Vivarelli, and how you can grow it so that it helps not only you but also the environment. We discuss his history, his business theory, and what exactly "regenerative entrepreneurship" means for you. His sites: https://danielvivarelli.com/ and https://starloop.com/…
 
Interview with Brandon Shapiro and Matt Miller about their musical podcast "Relying on the Benjamins". We discuss the importance of having a bible and a plan, when you should stick to your script and when to improvise. Lastly, we discuss how two people can make a great product. Their Site: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1492771359…
 
We sit down with writer Boum, Canadian artist. She is mostly known for Boumeries, a journal webcomic, and for A Small Revolution. We discuss the fun and travails of putting out a journalistic webcomic, the scheduling issues, and how to make it work. We also look at the difference between working with a publisher and self-publishing, as well as how …
 
Selling comics in the age of COVID-19 is impossible as conventions cancel and book shops are closed. We look at economic models to show how you can sell, how emotion can help you sell, why digital downloads are your friends, merch you can sell for those on a budget, how to promote using networks, and arguably the worst pep talk ever.…
 
We sit down with prolific writer/illustrator Ryan Estrada and discuss his books "Student Ambassador", "Broken Telephone", "Banned Book Club". We look at the advantages of exploring the world, the importance of keeping in mind the differences in culture and language when writing, and ways of dealing with dialogue in your stories. http://www.ryanestr…
 
We sit down with private investigator Michael "Ski" Jaczewski. We discuss the basics of interviewing a subject (great for writers), but also just how stringent companies guard their properties, what can happen if you get caught, and how to build a successful business. His SIte: https://toltec.net/Autor: Jamais Jochim
 
We sit down with writer David Doub. We discuss Dusk Comics (his company), writing in general and crossover specifically, and how to best catch the spirit of two comics in the same crossover. We also discuss his Kickstarter, Dusk vs Cheerleader Karate School (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/demonsinthedarkness/dusk-vs-cheerleader-karate-school)…
 
We sit down with Kimberly Spencer. We discuss working from goals and the importance of failure and making mistakes when it comes to being successful. We also look at the importance of how your perception of yourself affects your success as well as the need for personal transformation. Also, some basic Amazon marketing tips are covered. Her Site: ht…
 
We sit down with author Trent Gander. We discuss plot and character development, how to improve the quality of your stories, expanding on characters to improve your stories, and using table-top game-mastering techniques for better stories. Basically, how to be a better writer by being a better game-master. His Site: https://gentlemansuniversityofma…
 
We sit down with Russel Nohety (http://thecompletecreative.com/) to discuss his new Kickstarter Project “Cthulhu is Hard to Spell: The Terrible Twos” (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/russellnohelty/cthulhu-is-hard-to-spell-a-2nd-lovecraft-comic-anthology). We discuss how to run a successful Kickstarter campaign, how to keep a sequel fresh, and…
 
Interview with Michael Son, Editor-in-Chief of Tapas Media (https://tapas.io/). We look at Tapas' latest releases, how it develops game and film projects based on its comic series, tips for indie creators, and how to brand new creators. Tapas is an app for comics, available from the Apple App Store and Google Play. Launched in October 2012, it boas…
 
We discuss how to develop a story, how to work in elements of horror, and how to have fun writing. Basically, it's two nerds nerding out and having some fun, and a lot of basics are touched upon. If you're looking for some great tips on adding a little horror to your story, have we got some for you!https://www.justincalcala.com/…
 
We sit down with Nicole Schaefer. All sorts of trademark issues are dealt with, ranging from the difference between trademark and copyright, the limitations of trademarks, why you want to trademark your comic and your characters, and some tips and tricks on how to do it effectively. Rhodan guest hosts. https://yellowdoglegal.com/…
 
Interview with writer Yasmin Vorajee (https://www.yasminvorajee.com/). We discuss time management, how to use a schedule to run your comic so much easier, and have fun while doing it. We also talk about working around our individual distractions and even compare birds and kids. Yasmin is a published writer, and teaches people how to budget their ti…
 
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