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The New Patronage
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I talked to CNET’s Elinor Mills today about micro-patronage and my Kickstarter book project; here’s the resulting piece.

I like this line:

Mozart may have had his patron Austrian prince, but he didn’t have Twitter followers or MP3s to share.

(There aren’t any Austrian princes subscribed to Snarkmarket’s RSS feed, are there?)

August 27, 2009 / Uncategorized

One comment

It would help if Kickstarter opened itself internationally – I realise that’s more Amazon’s issue, but Kickstarter has the advantage of a very loyal userbase, and the only other similar site – Fundable – has had complaints of fundees not getting their money.

How would a micropatronage program work if your product is not tangible? I perform, and I also provide services to creative productions. What could I give patrons – an hour of my time? (Kinda inconvenient if you need a merch girl for a 2 hour show and I disappear halfway!) Tickets to a free show? hmm.

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