Today's guest is Jack Rhysider, host and producer of Darknet Diaries. Jack dives deep into his original research on how to build a following on Patreon.
How he built the initial audience for Darknet Diaries How he went full-time on his show Things that top Patreon shows haven in common What it takes to make something that's worth supporting Whether or not to go exclusive to an app Follow Jack on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/jackrhysider
Check out more of his research on his blog: https://lime.link/blog/analysis-of-top-podcast/
Listen to Darknet Diaries: https://darknetdiaries.com/
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