Communities & Education
We asked Mark de Clive-Lowe, Martyn, Rhythm Section, Speedy J and Jennfier Cardini how they build community on Patreon.
Founder OlaRonke Akinmowo sees a future where sharing and reading are at the center of eradicating internalized stereotypes.
These Patreon creators are leading the way towards an anti-racist society. We hope this list inspires you to join them.
Through their niche method of “cultural exchange” and language learning, Easy German is teaching and inspiring students across the globe.
As part of our live Patreon Assembly event we hosted a creativity focused panel in Chicago with local creators. Here’s what we learned:
As part of our live Patreon Assembly event we hosted a creativity focused panel in Hollywood with local creators. Here’s what we learned.
As part of our live Patreon Assembly event we hosted a creativity focused panel in Seattle with local creators. Here’s what we learned.
As part of our live Patreon Assembly event we hosted a creativity focused panel in New York with local creators. Here’s what we learned.
As part of our live Patreon Assembly event we hosted a creativity focused panel in San Francisco with local creators. Here’s what we learned.
Host Maria Menounos and YouTube sensation Hannah Hart chat about success, creativity, and the importance of pressing pause.
Patreon took over a studio in Atlanta, Georgia and gave up-and-coming artists the chance to record, write, and tell us their stories. Here's what they said.
From changing their environment to recording podcasts while the kids are in bed, six Patreon creators reveal their secrets to juggling work and family.
Learn how Prudence Geerts creates webcomics and illustrations while connecting with her community.
Whether you're a business of one or one hundred, here are creator inspired offsite ideas to help you connect with your team!
Hit the road, zone out, and hone into your creativity with these top vacation spots for creators.
Pack your bags and grab your passport. These five travel content creators will give you a major dose of wanderlust.
You might think that constantly creating content means never taking a break, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are 5 tips for creating content on the go.
Let go of the guilt and take a break! These two Patreon creators share how they made taking time off work for them.
Multiple studies prove that taking a break has a positive impact on your work and creativity. So yes, you do need a vacation. A few of our creators share why.
Learn how emotional and financial support from patrons has given these creators the freedom to go their own way.
Heading to a conference this summer? Here are our tips for connecting with and growing your community while you're there!
Want to meet some of your favorite creators? Here’s a list of 10 who will be at VidCon this year!
Missed this year’s PodX in Nashville? Fear not! We’ve rounded up 4 main takeaways for podcasters.
Looking for which conferences you should attend this year? We've got you covered!
Four concepts you can learn about building an authentic community from Amanda Palmer.
Make sure to connect with your queer audience year-round, not just during Pride! Here are a few ideas.
Music festivals aren’t just a ton of fun. They’re also a great way to grow your community. Here are our top picks for 2019.
If you’re heading to PodX, make sure you check out these 5 expert podcasters.
What was FORM Fest really like? Our Creator Partnerships Lead Joe Barham gives us the inside scoop.
Looking for a way to fly solo while also building a career in music? Here are some expert tips on how to make it as an independent musician.
Creating is hard. Living a creative life, and turning it into a sustainable business, is ridiculously hard. But don’t give up quite yet.
How does Patreon help creators do what they love? Support, community, and freedom to grow a fanbase are just a few of the ways.
Work smarter, not harder with these 8 best practices for minimizing your workload on Patreon.
What kind of experiments can you run to gain and keep patrons? Check out these six ways to turn your Patreon page into a science lab.
Wearing too many hats? Give yourself more time to create by hiring the right people for the right jobs on your team.
We’ve developed a Creator Mindset Map that captures the core feelings every creator experiences. Join us as we explore the nuances of hope, fear, grit, and glory as a creative person.
We're throwing a last-minute contest (a PatreContest) to give away a small number of tickets for PatreCon 2018 to creators who are eager for a chance to collaborate, learn, and grow.
How to Build an Audience on Facebook: 9 Tips That Helped ‘Autistic Not Weird’ Gather 82,000 Followers on Facebook in Three Years
Over time, Chris Bonnello leveraged his online success to become an international autism speaker and even an author. He even left his desk job behind thanks to the support of fans on Patreon.
How to Monetize a YouTube Channel: 12 Tactics the Whiskey Tribe Used to Reach Nearly $20k/mo on Patreon
Whiskey Tribe is known for their deep knowledge of whiskey and online shenanigans. Learn their top 12 tips and tricks for monetizing a YouTube channel.
Irshad Karim built a strong following on Reddit, which helped him turn his Patreon page into a sustainable business. He shares his tips for community and income growth.
Learn how one creator increased her income 50% with Patreon's Wordpress plugin.
The Great War is a phenomenon. From July 28, 2014 — the centennial anniversary of World War I — to today, the Great War team has published a weekly video chronicling a week’s worth of WWI history. The results are posted to YouTube, and viewers get to experience the Great War — week-by-week ‘in real […]
John and Peter Saddington are engineers, educators, brothers, and cryptocurrency enthusiasts. They’re also the founders of the Bitcoin Pub and Decentralized TV, a community built for communication, education, and better crypto software products for all.
Andy Holloway, Mike Wright, Jason Moore, and Brooks Carmean are living the creator’s dream. They make a full time living from their podcast, The Fantasy Footballers.
The creators of The Great War" YouTube channel share their path to success and how their fans have come to be intimately involved the show's creation."
Professional illustrator Ty Carter (Peanuts, Epic, Ice Age: Continental Drift) shares how he balances his professional career and his independent business--both as an artist.
Dana Matthews and Greg Newkirk share their stories of success for the world's only traveling paranormal museum.