Proof Patreon Knows They Are doing the Wrong Thing
Left Hand, Meet Right Hand
I am angry that Patreon is changing the amount they charge my patrons. It seems so obvious they should now that’s NOT the right thing to do.
And it turns out they do know that. You can find them telling you that on their own site.
So, this is the official Pateon position on “Why can’t I edit my reward tier amount?”
So, if I raise prices on my patrons without asking, that’s bad. But if PATREON does it, that’s… what? A quest for appropriate valuation of their synergistic paradigm change?
Yeah, despite being angry, I am still using Patreon… for now. If you want to back me, you can see the “$3 level” costs $2.57, and so on. That’s my effort to give my backers what they always got at those levels without charging more.
Obviously that means I am making less per patron, so I could use any extra support you decide to throw my way.
Posted on December 9, 2017, in Business of Games, Musings and tagged Business, Essays. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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