ConnectPal: Why It Matters for Today’s Bloggers and Content Creators
You’ve probably heard of content platforms like WordPress or SquareSpace. There are so many different services out there for hosting a blog or other digital content, it can be difficult to know where to start if you want to begin sharing your own content with the online universe.
But if you have so many options, why wouldn’t you choose one that can make you a little bit of money for your work?
Subscription-based content platforms aren’t just places where you post a blog or video and hope to get a lot of views. You don’t use them to host ads either. These platforms work from a simple, but effective strategy: give the opportunity for readers to pay a little bit each month to view content they are legitimately interested in reading or watching.
One subscription content platform that has become increasingly well-known in the online world over the past several years is ConnectPal.
Under ConnectPal’s user-friendly platform, anyone can set up a profile for free. ConnectPal profile owners then set a monthly subscription price for subscribers to view their profile content. If your fans or followers want to see your content, they just pay a small monthly fee to do so — usually not more than a couple of bucks.
The really obvious answer to what ConnectPal can do for you is make you income as a creator. In turn, the platform can also make it easier for content creators to earn an income through other avenues, like their blog or website or through other social media channels.
But the platform can do more for you than just that.
ConnectPal helps creators build a loyal audience who are more dedicated to following your work because they’re willing to pay to see it. That kind of commitment is rare with today’s over-saturated internet.
In a very simple way, like most content hosts, ConnectPal also gives you a voice you wouldn’t otherwise have. And you can do so much with it — you can blog about issues that are important to you, or build up your podcast or web series followers, or have a place to share your art with fans where you have a little more room to talk about it than you can in 280 characters.
ConnectPal can do so much more for content creators than just make them a little bit of money. But if you can also have that, that’s not exactly a bad result, is it?