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The 8 Best Alternatives to Patreon

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  1. Patreon enables fans to give ongoing support to their favorite creators.

    Lots of "new" free ToA things on my patreon about 24 days ago

    No idea. that's between your connection,, DNS name servers, the vagaries of the internet as a whole and just maybe Elon Musk. The site was up and everyone else got on just fine. A glitch in the matrix. Shrug.
  2. Ko-fi offers a friendly way for content creators to get paid for their work.

    Offer easy way for folks to support podcast, without needing... about about 9 hours ago

    We use as our donation/support host. It's free and they don't take any cut of your donations. They have an option for a monthly tier just like Patreon, but also offer a one time donation which at least at the time Patreon did not offer.
  3. A free, fast and friendly way to accept donations 💰

    People Unapologetically Leaking My Book Right in Front of... about 5 days ago

    All this to say: we probably should get some money for our writing, but we don't. If you are employed in academia, some might argue you already get that money as part of your salary (that seems to me rather debatable). There are other benefits accrued from being read: potential citations, fame and vanity, or the satisfaction of actually having an impact on the world. None of those pay the bills, but then again,...
  4. The most convenient, transparent and advanced platform for getting sustainable income and connecting with your auditory and fans.

    $$$ TOP AFFILIATE PROGRAMS 2022 $$$ about 8 months ago:

    SubscribeStar -- 50% platform fees for life -- -- Other.
  5. Help the open and free web flourish. Support creators by paying for their free content.

    Show HN: StackAid – fund 100s of open source dependencies... about 5 months ago

    This kind of looks like but specifically for dev/dependencies. Not sure I like that there's "only" a two-month limit in which funds can be claimed, though. Some developers could be very busy or get caught up with other stuff and not hear about their accumulated funds before the "expire". Some might also think it's a phishing scam if they haven't heard of StackAid before.
  6. Professional membership software used by the web's biggest creators. Works with your website. Integrates with Stripe, WordPress, and MailChimp. Try it for free.

    Securing and Encrypting Data in Node Apps about 4 months ago

    Stripe offer the ability to create subscriptions and recurring bills, or if you want something fully managed, you can try out a membership service like Memberful.
  7. Liberapay is a recurrent donations platform.

    Mastodon founder says investors lining up since Elon Musk’s... about about 1 month ago:

    I often see links to Liberapay and Open Collective (Liberapay even has an official Mastodon account).
  8. Kickstarter is the world's largest funding platform for creative projects. A home for film, music, art, theater, games, comics, design, photography, and more.

    Accountquestion - and about 2 months ago:

    But unfortunately I just realized that I don't have an account. Is this normal? I think so, just checked my mails.
  9. As the largest global site for fundraisers, Indiegogo helps individuals, groups and non-profits raise money online to make their ideas a reality through crowdfunding. It's easy to start fundraising today.


    It should be easier to procure a "ticker symbol" in this world with statistically millions of geniuses, and at this juncture, it would appear a proof-of-stake uniswap NFT or -like entity may figure more productively in such a narrative than even a or . Will your company facilitate "line of site" drone-disco-ball-mirrors for drone-delivering drop-shipped and fast food...