Donation Status--- holy cow

Donation Status--- holy cow

Postby RHJunior on Sun Jul 02, 2006 11:39 am

I've sat down with the paypal account and counted up.

In the past 48 hours... between all three strips.... approximately

EIGHTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS IN DONATIONS has come in.

I have no words to express it.
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Postby The JAM on Sun Jul 02, 2006 3:42 pm

Say Thank You, Ralphie (and expect a gift from Mexico by the 16th).
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Re: Donation Status--- holy cow

Postby Earl McClaw on Sun Jul 02, 2006 4:18 pm

RHJunior wrote:I have no words to express it.

This doesn't surprise me. You've always been more expressive with your art.

(Now to find a way to keep the $ levels up on a prolonged basis.)
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Postby Syke on Sun Jul 02, 2006 4:49 pm

I recommend: http://ka-blam.com - Site's been overloaded, but it should be back soon.
Put out smaller versions of Questor through it and make quite a bit more money while also saving the reader some as well (The price has been the only reason I haven't purchased it, but did pick up Nip and Tuck). It's easy and they don't charge you to SELL the book through their store after you've set it up either. I'll even offer to help explain the layouts and such. If you're able to put out numerous editions on a regular basis, you'll get more purchases. (And the color is gorgeous and affordable through them.) Put out smaller editions of Nip and Tuck and some Goblin Hollow in print through the b/w section. This way, you'll have consistent new sales. After awhile, older products just don't sell as many.
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