Now the CEO of crowdfunding platform Inkshares, Gomolin talks about the company’s pivot to focus on bringing books to Hollywood.
It’s a golden age, says Adam Gomolin, ‘with so many companies competing to find new models with better value propositions for authors.’ His Inkshares is in the running, and he speaks Monday (June 13) at our rights conference.
In a creative use of the platform, crowdfunding publishing site Inkshares has recruited indie bookstores to publish original anthologies with the site.
Crowdfunding publishing platform Inkshares reveals data about where its readers come from, with Facebook and email marketing leading the way.
Adam Gomolin, a cofounder of Inkshares argues crowdfunded publishing provides its own legitimate filter, because it relies on a scarce resource: people’s money.