Spikes

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Spikes

Postby luckyde on Thu Aug 30, 2012 1:51 am

Hi guys, I'm new here, thought I could show my little web comic, Spikes. I'm at week 20 now and it's a continuous story. The format I keep varying from really long pages to short to animated pages. I'm playing around with it still not sure on the format but having fun! If you've got a minute check it, and if you can give me advice on properly promoting a webcomic that would be great, i'm really new at this
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http://www.spikescomic.com
(fb - https://www.facebook.com/pencilsandcoffee)
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Re: Spikes

Postby LibertyCabbage on Tue Sep 04, 2012 11:26 am

I skimmed through a few pages, and the comic looks pretty good so far.

if you can give me advice on properly promoting a webcomic that would be great, i'm really new at this

I've heard a lot of praise for Project Wonderful. It costs money, but it seems to give a good amount of exposure for what you pay.

Aside from that, posting on webcomics forums can help. It's fun, you learn stuff, and you automatically promote your work by sticking a banner in your signature.

It's good that your comic has a Facebook page, as fans can get reminders when the comic updates. You could try doing a Twitter account, too.

You could also look into getting (or sharing) a table at a local convention, although I'm unsure how effective that is.
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