What is Patreon?

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Is there a way to finish viewing content on Patreon?

I was blocked by a creator on Patreon. Is there a way to finish viewing content? Your best bet is to probably make another Patreon account (maybe attach it to another card if possible, idk the exact mechanics of blocking on that site) and finish viewing the content there.

How much does Patreon charge creators?

The company, started by musician Jack Conte and developer Sam Yam in 2013, is based in San Francisco. Patreon charges a commission of 5 to 12 percent of creators monthly income, in addition to payment processing fees. Memberships are billed on the first of each month.

Is Patreon suspending adult creators because of its payment partners?

Patreon Is Suspending Adult Content Creators Because of Its Payment Partners. Vice. Archived from the original on August 8, 2020. Retrieved July 24, 2020.

How does Patreon work for creators?

For creators, Patreon is a way to get paid for creating the things you’re already creating (webcomics, videos, songs, whatevs). Fans pay a few bucks per month OR per post you release, and then you get paid every month, or every time you release something new. Learn more about becoming a creator on Patreon HERE.

Is Patreon recurring or recurring funding?

Our goal is to give creators and artists a sustainable monthly income, so Patreon is recurring funding. You’ll be billed per-month or per-creation, depending on your creators campaign, while you are actively pledging to a creator.

Where is Patreon located?

Screenshot A Patreon page from January 20, 2018 Type of site Membership platform Available in English Headquarters San Francisco, California , U.S. Created by Jack Conte Sam Yam 7 more rows ...

How do I find out if someone has a Patreon?

Many creators on Youtube also include the names of their patrons at the end of their videos. The site also has social media integration, so you can quickly find out if any creators that you follow on YouTube or Twitter have a Patreon.

If you want Patreon-only content you have to pay, and if you don’t want to pay it’s something that’ll likely be closed off to you unless it’s been shared elsewhere. You really can’t unless the particular creator you’re interested in allows it. How can I view my stalkers on Instagram without paying?

Can I post nudity on Patreon?

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