Is there anything wrong with agreeing to do some work for free? After all, it might catch on…
Is there anything wrong with agreeing to do some work for free? After all, it might catch on with the Internet, and you can cash in later.
And this is the webcomics model, after all! You put out consistent and professional-quality work for free, hoping to attract an audience, and only begin to sell to them once you've got 5,000 fans or more. It's an investment!
Or you may just be doing your work for "the sake of art." And if this is so, what's wrong with others asking you to do the same work, in the same name, for them?
Join us for an On-Air Hangout with @100623276740673202144, creator of the @forexposure_txt Twitter account and producer of the For Exposure dramatic readings series, for a discussion on the perils and misconceptions of "working on spec."
Hope to see you there!
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