Patreon Is Becoming Platform of Writer

Mike Ortega

Many content creation options are available now. The content industry is on the boom. Platforms are hiring creators to expand their reach, and Patreon is no exception for it.

The general misconception is, Patreon is for artists, video makers or comedians. It is not true. Even writers can earn on Patreon.

Now, the question is how you can make money on Patreon? Patreon is based on crowdfunding. It means unlike Medium, People will subscribe to your channel and enjoy your creation.
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Patreon started in 2013, and its followers are increasing day by day. It was created for small creators like musicians, singers and dancers. Its main aim was to provide a platform for small creators and help them to earn money.

The main benefit of Patreon is, they flexible subscription model. It means the creator can decide how much will be a subscription. It’s the best way to get paid.

How to make money on Patreon as a writer?

You can’t write about various topics on Patreon. This site is for specific content creators. It has the same model as substack with good promotional opportunities.

If you’re a poet then you can open an account and start writing poetry. If you are a funny video creator just post it on Patreon.

Patreon is not a social media. It is one side way of sharing content. Writers can write fiction on the platform to get more attention from Patreon members.

The good thing about Patreon is, they don’t have a 1-time subscription. This helps many creators to make potential income.

Common subscription increases the competition on the platform, which make the platform more competitive.

Just do your job perfectly and put your content on Patreon.

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My name is Mike Ortega, writer and software engineer. I write about self-development, startups and history. I like solo travelling and travelled to 20 countries so far.

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