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Sat, October 1, 2011 @ 9:43 AM

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Mon, October 3, 2011 @ 6:39 AM

3. Ahmad wrote:
Sorry to kill the buzz, but the web traffic for Finder is dead low, about 100 page views a day. I'm not redinag this as a success from print to web. For an Eisner-nominated book, I read this as very bad. And it's a shame, because Finder is awesome.The entire Girlamatic site has a lower stat ranking than mine. I don't know the exact numbers per strip, but the highest I could find was averaging about 3,000 page views per day. After how many years online? Geezus. Many appear to have been abandoned or moved their websites. Galaxion, which has been ongoing for years, is getting modest traffic again, only about 1,000-2,000 page views per day. Sad, it's a really nice comic.I'm looking at PW numbers, and while they can be off, stat rankings compared to PW #'s can't be THAT far off. And I showed you my exact, internal numbers. You can compare for yourself.I still can't find any Western long form serial print to web dramas averaging five figure or better daily page views. Except mine. You can't make decent money with 2,000 page views a day. You'd think comedy strips like Apes and Babes would do better, but even Frank Cho is not getting the numbers he ought to get, even though his numbers are OK.There does not appear to be much crossover between the print and web audiences. If you are in print, that means nothing re the web numbers you get. And vice versa. I disagree strongly that ..many works, like ADS and Finder, jump media successfully. I'm not seeing it. I'm seeing two different audiences with two different sets of habits, and it takes a long time to reach one and then the other. As I have found out for myself. It has taken YEARS to find a solid audience online, and I think it's going to take another year more to turn that into decent income. Any webcomic that can't get more than a couple thousand page views a day after years in production is a disaster. That's a lot of work for very little return.If the audience wasn't out there clapping to revive Tinkerbell, I was ready to chuck it last year.The whole thing reminds me very strongly of the self publishing boom and bust. Utopianism followed by wake up call.

Wed, August 8, 2012 @ 9:18 PM

4. Ednan wrote:
I've lost track of what cameras I use on what vidoes.. I have used probably 6-10 different ones over the past few months. This could have been the Canon G12 though if I had to guess.

Tue, March 5, 2013 @ 5:24 PM

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