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Promoting my webcomic and drawings with google ads - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

In the previous episode of the podcast, I talked about how I used Facebook ads to find people that might be interested in the things I make. This time I wanted to tell a story about something I tried after using Google ads to find people to read my autobiographical webcomic I draw that ended up not costing that much. 

It started with promoting a physical book I made of the webcomic and then pivoted into a separate website that people could flip through to read it.

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Making a book of my webcomic - Artwork/Book sizes & Printing - Part 2

This is the second video in a series about how I make books of my webcomics In the previous video , I gave some background about how I started my webcomic, how I add the images to my book with the help of Google Photos and Google docs. You can check out part 1 here - In this video, I wanted to talk more about how my webcomic transformed from something I was just posting on my website to a thing that I could find multiple uses for. Now when I drew the comic I knew it was going to be something I would publish as a book, put on multiple media sites that people use, and sell at shows and pop-ups if I wanted to. Now each webcomic is being turned into several things. ( You can check out my Amazon books here - ) How did I choose a size for my book? Since I started making these the 3 books I published of my webcomics have all been different sizes. When I was just posting it on my website

eBay books.

I just thought that was interesting. Curious to see if they sell for that much.

Music stand.

I mean I waited 20 minutes so it's fair game right?

Rotating chair.

It's like I forgot how they work.