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Podia

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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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.
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Checkout Page

The code-free way to sell anything with Stripe

Checkout Page is a beautifully simple, unopinionated way to sell anything online with Stripe. All without writing code.

Use it to sell your courses, ebooks, physical products, advertisement spots or to get your invoices paid, or anything else you come up with.

Sander Visser- Building CheckoutPage.co
I'm the maker of Checkout Page. It lets you use Stripe via hosted payment pages – removing most of the hassles of integrating a payment system and letting you focus on your business.
Sander Visser- Building CheckoutPage.co
I've made Checkout Page for this reason! Dynamic prices are on the roadmap as well.
Sander Visser- Building CheckoutPage.co
Checkout Page (I built it and launched last week, shameless plug) let's you to do this! You can create a hosted payment page and link to it in your email newsletter. The recipient simply clicks the button or link and pays with credit card.
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Teachable

Create and sell online courses on your own website

Sam Rye- Founder
There's few better ways to generate interest than sharing great educational insights. Teachable lets you build an online course quick smart.
Srebalaji Thirumalai- Made in India. Startup enthusiast. Coder
They have enterprise plan which helps you to create and share your online courses with your employees. Techable is one of the powerful tools to create and publish online courses. They have many useful features like online quizzes, discussion forums, multiple device support, student feedback and much more.
Sam Rye- Founder
Very easy, reasonable pricing.
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Listener Support by Anchor

Now you can get paid to podcast 🎙️

Starting today, any podcaster, regardless of audience size or experience level, can collect recurring monthly payments directly from their listeners. There’s never been an easier way to start generating revenue from your podcast.

The Verge
Anchor's app makes it really easy to throw together a podcast. But if you keep doing that and manage to build an audience, there hasn't been an easy way to get paid for it. Now Anchor is launching an option: a feature called Listener Support that allows listeners to pledge $1, $5, or $10 per month to specific podcasts.
Macstories
As an app and service, Anchor is a compelling product that I'm personally a big fan of. It's the best way to podcast from an iPad, the most mature and accessible platform for new podcasters, and it includes innovative features like transcribed video generation for sharing clips on social media.
Engadget
Anchor, the audio broadcast-turned-podcasting platform, has launched a new Listener Support feature that lets podcasters collect money from their fans for their efforts. Creators of any size or experience level can add a Listener Support button to their public Anchor profile, which followers can click to make a regular monthly donation of $0.99, $4.99 or $9.… See more
9to5Mac
Anchor is an all-in-one platform that simplifies podcast production and distribution, and its latest new feature wants to help hosts tackle monetization. Podcasts are often funded by sponsorships or listener contributions through separate platforms, but Anchor wants to make direct contributions part of their platform.
VentureBeat
Podcasting platform Anchor has announced its first moves into monetization by allowing listeners to pay their favorite podcasters through a monthly subscription. The news comes six months after Anchor introduced a major overhaul, shifting from a short-form social audio platform to a full-fledged podcasting powerhouse. However, the Anchor reboot notably lacke… See more
TechCrunch
Anchor's been gaining a fair bit of steam lately with its dead simple mobile podcast editing app. The New York startup has also been branching out in some interesting ways, including the recent launch of a Manhattan-based studio designed to give podcasters access to far better equipment than the us...
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Guidable

Create and sell guided programs to your followers.

Guidable is an app (iOS and Android) that helps experts create and sell guided programs to their followers.

Medium
Hey world, over the past year I've been working on an app in my spare time: Guidable. Guidable helps experts create and sell guided programs. Let's say you are an expert at cooking simple, healthy meals. With Guidable, you can create a guided step-by-step program that teaches others how to "Cook 30 easy recipes in 30 days"- a sell it for a few bucks.
13 Alternatives to Guidable

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...
26 Alternatives to Patreon

Curious Fictions

Patreon for professional authors ✍️

Reward award-winning short stories, support independent authors.

TechCrunch
Most of you, I suspect, haven't read a short story in a long time. Well, there's a Y Combinator -backed startup called Curious Fictions looking to change that - and to turn those stories into a regular source of income for their writers. The company was founded by Tanya Breshears, a designer who previously worked for Airbnb.
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