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  • Hey Michael,


    Thanks for sharing this great resource! BTW, I interview Christian comic creators on my site(www.rsquaredcomicz.com), so if you're interested, feel free to check out some of them and shoot me an e-mail (rsquaredcomicz@gmail.com). I may also reach out to you soon regarding some marketing tips for my first comic release, which is on Graphicly, Wowio, Balloon'd, and some other places.

    Best,

  • Hey Marketing Group!

    Just joined last week and look forward to the CCAS experience.  Looking through the posts I noticed Justin's comment about marketing on a 'budget'.  I've spent about $5 on marketing thus far with great results.  There are tons of free marketing opportunities out there.  I write about some of them in my Hubpages, along with other comic stuff.  Hope this helps!

    http://cepubdude.hubpages.com/

  • Welcome Jason!
  • Hello everyone,

    I just joined the group, and I look forward to connecting with folks sharing information/ideas about projects, as well the writing process. I'm new to this comic writing thing, so I'm looking for some ideas as to how to market and promote effectively "on a budget," lol.

     

    I'm currently working on two projects, one focuses on teenagers with unique abilities (Lightweightz), and the other is a collaboration with Earnest Graham (priest and graphic novelist) about the life of the Apostle Peter.

     

    You can learn more about the projects here: www.rsquaredcomicz.com. Take care and God bless!

  • Hey! Anyone out there know of any small (or large) toy companies that can make custom action figures?
  • Faith Star comics inc. owner is looking for a partner
    any intrest email
    rick@faithstarcomics.com
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