As you may already know, I’ve been looking for platforms to include my writing on so I can create a steady income. Writing is currently my only means of income and it’s been tough trying to make it work. Some platforms haven’t worked so well like Patreon and Holonis and I’ve been working hard to come up with a better idea. I found Kofi.com and it might just be my best option yet. Here’s why…
What is Ko-fi?
It’s an awesome platform where creators can share their work and supporters can tip them with a coffee or ‘Ko-fi’. That’s just £3! The extra awesome thing is that Ko-fi don’t take a cut of your tips, so you don’t leave with less (like I would have with Patreon).
I decided to go with the Gold option with them because I really appreciate companies with this kind of ‘client first’ business model. We need more companies like them and that can only happen if we support them. (So yeah, you can go ahead and do that now!).
I like the perks that come with Gold, too. Supporter only content options, premium support, a gold badge and getting new features before everyone else…even better! Start up your Gold account if you’re also excited about creating a community around your creativity. Using my affiliate link means Ko-Fi give me a little something for hooking you up and you also get 10% off! 🤓
Using Ko-fi.com is one of the most convenient options that I’ve found and I can keep supporters like you in the loop with exclusive work. I am not going to restrict what I write just down to romance short stories, though. I plan to write poetry, think pieces and advice. Watch this space!
I’m a multifaceted person and happy that I’m using this opportunity to give myself room as a writer. I hope this is something that people are going to look forward to seeing and join me along the way!
Make sure you’re tuned in and support me on ko-fi.com!
She went on to get top marks in her GCSEs and A Level English Language & Literature exams; one of which sported a perfect score. That same year, she went on to win the Student of the Year Award for her achievements in English at her college, Sir George Monoux College. Priscilla continued to study English Language and Literature at Middlesex University where she earned her Bachelors degree.
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