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facebook_group [2018/06/21 23:21]
Carlos Pedraza created
facebook_group [2018/07/08 01:00] (current)
Carlos Pedraza [Following Footsteps of Patreon, OnlyFans]
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-<wrap lo>**LACK OF SUPPORT**// Just as in Axanar's failed 2017 Indiegogo campaign to save its beleaguered studio, a poll of its staunchest fans reveals little desire for a monthly subscription to pay for Axanar's production.//</wrap>+<wrap lo>**LACK OF SUPPORT**// Just as in Axanar'[[webcomic|failed 2017 Indiegogo]] campaign to save its beleaguered studio, a poll of its staunchest fans reveals little desire for a monthly subscription to pay for Axanar's production.//</wrap>
  
 ====== Trial Balloon for Axanar Funding Fails to Fly ====== ====== Trial Balloon for Axanar Funding Fails to Fly ======
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 //**A resounding No from fans to support Axanar by charging for Facebook group membershp**// //**A resounding No from fans to support Axanar by charging for Facebook group membershp**//
  
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 However, those models depend on the constant creation of content, not a single product like a movie, to justify patrons' monthly subscriptions. However, those models depend on the constant creation of content, not a single product like a movie, to justify patrons' monthly subscriptions.
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 +[{{ :reece-watkins.jpg?175&nolink|**UP TO THE TASK?** It's unclear whether the admins of Facebook's Axanar Fan Group, like Reece Watkins, would be able to deliver the quality and quantity of content users would expect for a monthly subscription.}}]
  
 === The Challenge of Creating Premium Content === === The Challenge of Creating Premium Content ===
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 The feature is currently an experiment on mobile platforms, according to the Verge, with Facebook not taking a cut of the subscription fees — yet. However, Apple's App Store and Google's Play Store can take a percentage as part of their standard in-app sales policies. The feature is currently an experiment on mobile platforms, according to the Verge, with Facebook not taking a cut of the subscription fees — yet. However, Apple's App Store and Google's Play Store can take a percentage as part of their standard in-app sales policies.
  
-"This is just the beginning for Facebook’s efforts to monetize groups, which, unlike the News Feed, does not rely on advertising," the Verge stated.+"This is just the beginning for Facebook’s efforts to monetize groups, which, unlike the News Feed, does not rely on advertising," the Verge stated. {{:axamonitor-ico.gif?nolink|}}
  
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 <wrap em>COMMENTS</wrap> \\ <wrap em>COMMENTS</wrap> \\
-Discuss this article in [[face>groups/axamonitor/|AxaMonitor's Facebook group]].+Discuss this article in [[face>groups/axamonitor/permalink/406192486562271/|AxaMonitor's Facebook group]].
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 **Keywords** {{tag>crowdfunding Facebook settlement lawsuit financial}} **Keywords** {{tag>crowdfunding Facebook settlement lawsuit financial}}