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How do I host a comic website?

How do I host a comic website?

  1. Step 1: Domain Name Setup. Head over to or whatever registrar service you’re using and buy or setup your domain name.
  2. Step 2: Get Your Host On.
  3. Step 3: Change your nameservers.
  4. Step 4: Install WordPress.
  5. Step 5: Install the Comicpress Theme & Plugin.
  6. Step 5: Publish a comic!

Where can I host my comics?

Best Platforms for Self-Publishing Your Webcomics

  1. Reddit. That’s right, Reddit is for more than political chats and discussion boards on your favorite musicians.
  2. Webtoon. Webtoons is another great free site to try out.
  3. Tumblr.
  4. Bored Panda.
  5. Tapas.

Can you get paid for Web comics?

Once the comic artist has a large following they can make good money by using Google “AdSense,” which will sponsor ads on your website and you will get paid per click for anyone who clicks on an ad. You can sell your original Comic Art if you draw your comics by hand.

Is it free to publish on Webtoon?

The self-publishing platform is free for anyone to upload and share their content through LINE Webtoon.

Does Webtoon own your comic?

Publishing on WEBTOON CANVAS When you post on WEBTOON CANVAS, you will always keep ownership over your work. You will own all of your intellectual property, and you can continue to promote your work on social media or other publishing platforms, while utilizing the tools we offer on CANVAS.

Do comics make money?

There’s no money in publishing print comics to be sold in the Direct Market. To print your comic is to put yourself in an immediate hole of thousands of dollars, with Not Great odds that you’ll climb out of it. Let’s face it, even if you have a decent-selling comic book, you’re still not going to make great money.

How do you get paid for comics?

There are several ways to get your comics out there while monetizing them; here are some of the directions you might take to get started.

  1. Self-publish a comic book.
  2. Build a comic website.
  3. Draw comics for newspapers.
  4. Curate comics for customers.
  5. Work for an established company.
  6. Bonus tips for making money with your comics.