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10 Best Patreon Alternatives

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

    Introducing a Redesigned Patreon about 6 days ago

    That explains why I couldn't see anything other than my own page. Every time I went to it immediately jumped me to my own page, and I could not get to the main page. I was trying to do research on other Patreons and I actually had to log out to see anything other than my own page. It was very frustrating.
  2. Kickstarter is the world's largest funding platform for creative projects. A home for film, music, art, theater, games, comics, design, photography, and more.

    At my wits end, trapped about 18 days ago

    It's been a long search for what I'm passionate about. It's actually what I did when I was a kid, reading sci fi and comics. But my parents didn't encourage me on that path so I deviated living in their expectations. Today, no more. I'm creating a website similar to and I'm gonna make CG animation and films of sci fi.
  3. 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...
  4. Podia is your all-in-one digital storefront. The easiest way to sell online courses, memberships and downloads, no technical skills required. Try it free!

  5. Professional membership software used by the web's biggest creators. Works with your website. Integrates with Stripe, WordPress, and MailChimp. Try it for free.

    How can I earn 200-500$ in a month online realistically? about 4 months ago:

    One of the best ways I started making $200-$500 per month was to start a small niche community and chart for membership. I used Carrd for the landing page (, Memberful ( for the payment processing, and Playgroup ( for the community hosting. It took a few hours to set it all up and a day to find my first subscriber. Let me know if you have any...
  6. A free, fast and friendly way to accept donations 💰

    Website ideas? about about 1 month ago

    a site that needs a "subscription monetization", for now I'd like to go with ads (preferably Adsense) and maybe donations (e.g.
  7. Liberapay is a recurrent donations platform.

    patreon nano alternative? about about 1 month ago

    Sounds like integration of Nano payments into LiberaPay could work. It is open source, so developers time is drastically lowered. Maybe even the main site of LiberaPay could be interested in it. Https://
  8. The most convenient, transparent and advanced platform for getting sustainable income and connecting with your auditory and fans.

    Bitchute about 10 months ago

    It seems they use to gather donations. I wonder if they are as comfortable with Bitchute using them to gather money as cloudflare is taking it from them?
  9. Ko-fi offers a friendly way for content creators to get paid for their work.

    I got fired for not accepting a 2 dollar pay cut for telling... about 30 days ago

    Hey OP we are all struggling but if you have set up we would all like to help make sure you have your rent covered and food this month as much as possible im sure - no one deserves to get fired without 2 weeks notice.
  10. Heights Platform helps you host and build the most powerful learning platform to sell your online courses and digital products.

    paid Free Trial $39.0 / Monthly (Unlimited courses and lessons)

  11. Tribe is a white-label platform, empowering the new generation of online communities.

    freemium $85.0 / Monthly (Plus plan - Unlimited users)

    Open Source Community/forum platform about 4 months ago:

    I've been researching a few up and coming community platforms such as which by initial looks they all seem to share similar frameworks and styles which I'm really impressed by. It's sent me down a rabbit whole to see if there is an open source framework that these platforms are built on?