Alternative products to Double Bounce

3 alternative and related products to Double Bounce

Double Bounce

TinyLetter meets Patreon

Double Bounce is a creative platform that lets you share directly with fans on a personal site or over email. You can even offer paid subscriptions, if that's your thing.

Drip by Kickstarter

A new way to back creators. A Patreon competitor.

Fund your creative practice through the ongoing support of people who love your work.

TechCrunch
Kickstarter hasn't done a lot with Drip since acquiring the service from the Ghostly International record label a year and a half ago. Since then, the site has mostly continued its mission of helping bands and labels fund their projects through a subscription-based plan, with little input from its new owners.
The Verge
Amid stagnant growth and a leadership exodus, Kickstarter's co-founder returns to the helm. Today, the company is launching its first new funding product since launch, Drip. Instead of supporting a project, backers can now pledge a recurring donation to a creator.
11 Alternatives to Drip by Kickstarter

Patreon

Bringing patronage back to the arts

Patreon is a membership platform that makes it easy for artists and creators to get paid.

Fans pay you a subscription amount of their choice in exchange for exclusive experiences & behind-the-scenes content.

Predictable income from your patrons means you can create on your terms. No strings attached.

Forbes
Musicians used to be able to rely on record sales to keep them in business, but in the past decade or so those numbers have dropped off a cliff. Consequently, a number of different revenue streams have suddenly taken on new significance.
TechCrunch
In an era where art is shared and streamed for free, Patreon offers new hope for turning content creation into a career. Illustrators, comedians, game makers, and musicians use Patreon to let fans pay a monthly subscription fee for special access to their work. In exchange, Patreon takes only a tin...
30 Alternatives to Patreon
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Andreea Nastase- Product Manager at Rainforest QA
If you really want super simple and stripped back, think no further than TinyLetter. It's like Simplenote, but for newsletters. I know people who have successfully built link-based newsletters on this.
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Sebastian Alberione
By Mailchimp. But simpler. Love the clean and simple design.
2 Alternatives to TinyLetter
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