Comic books are increasingly becoming popular. If you have the talent and the idea, why not create your own comic book? Thanks to platforms like Sellfy you don’t have to have the backing of a large publishing company for your own comic book to see success anymore.
Hundreds of other artists are already using Sellfy to sell their comic books online. Our platform lets you build an online store so you don't have to deal with all the technical stuff and you can do what you do best: focus on your art and create magical comics.
You can sell your own comic books online by embedding your store, buy buttons to your website or simply sharing a link to your Sellfy store on social media channels.
Creating and selling your own comic book is easier than you think! Sellfy is the perfect platform for taking your profitable comic from idea to reality. While we may not be able to help you with writing, drawing, or creating your comic books, we can certainly offer you an intuitive platform, marketing features, and technical support which is all you need to get your comics out there.
It only takes 5 minutes to have everything ready to go for your first sale. That said, if you take your time and explore our discount, upselling and email marketing features you can really maximize your income as many sellers do.
To sell your own comic books online with Sellfy, you don’t need to be tech-savvy. We make creating and running an online store dead simple. Just follow these simple steps:
1. Create a Sellfy account.
2. Start uploading your comic books and write descriptions for them.
3. Add information on payments to get paid.
4. Share your store and products on your website and your social media accounts.
Really satisfied with the whole store, customization abilities, and really fast check-outs. The added upsell and discount coupons help to boost even more sales!
Sellfy simplified the process of selling digital products in a way I haven't seen before.
The team is responsive to problems if they (infrequently) occur and are open to suggestions for feature requests. Digital content creators who don't want to dig deep into web design should definitely check it out.