Alternative products to Patreon

30 alternative and related products to Patreon

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.

30 Alternatives to Patreon

A new platform for creative collaboration

Daisie is a career focused platform for creators to showcase their work, get inspired by new ideas, and discover new people to collaborate with. We’re building a community. Let’s Play.

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Teen Vogue
Between a lack of funding, declining job markets, and often our parents' insistence on pursuing the likes of law, science, and medicine, creative industries have long been considered risky career paths. But Game of Thrones ' Maisie Williams, Winterfell's fiercely relentless Arya Stark, hopes to change that with her upcoming mobile app Daisie.
TechCrunch
Maisie Williams, who's best-known for playing Arya Stark on Game of Thrones, announced earlier this year that she's founding a startup called Daisie. With the app set to launch on August 1, Williams and her co-founder Dom Santry came by the TechCrunch New York office to discuss her plans for the co...
the Guardian
Read the mission statements of most major social networks, and amid the lofty rhetoric you will often find the words "creativity" and "connecting people". But given a marketplace in which Facebook boasts 2 billion users, Instagram is crowded with "influencer marketing" and Twitter has become a byword for hate speech, is there still space for hopeful young pe… See more
11 Alternatives to Daisie

A new way to back creators. A Patreon competitor.

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

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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

Easily sell memberships, online courses & digital downloads.

Podia is the best way to sell memberships, online courses and digital downloads. Best checkout process. Faster payouts. Amazing support.

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I haven't used it.
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Medium
We have three big announcements today. We've changed our name. We've launched a powerful new way for creators to make money. And we've raised some funding. But first, a bit of important context as to why. Many people try to turn their knowledge into online courses, eBooks and other digital products to help others.
MegaMaker
Have you built an audience through your podcast, blog, or YouTube channel? Creating a membership website is a great way to start earning an independent income. Years ago, I wanted to earn an income from my podcast, Product People. I tried a bunch of different tactics.
21 Alternatives to Podia

A new platform for independent artists, everywhere. In beta.

A simple and easy way for artists to release their music on major music services without any upfront charges, contracts or distribution fees while retaining 100% of their rights and royalties.

https://beta.levelmusic.com

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