Patreon is a membership platform that helps artists & creators have a direct relationship with their biggest fans, get recurring revenue for their work, and create works on their own terms.
Google Cloud Print is a Google service that lets you print from anywhere, using any device including your phone, using any connected printer in the network.Google CloudPrint Integrations
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Triggers when a new member is created, either by pledging or by following a campaign.
Triggers when a new pledge is received on a campaign.
Triggers when a print job is sent to a chosen Cloud Print printer. When you connect a new Cloud Print account.
Mark an in-progress print job as finished. Commonly paired with the Cloud Print "new print job" trigger. After this action runs, the print job's file is deleted from Cloud Print and no longer accessible.
Add a document to the print queue.
Patreon is an online platform that allows the public to support artists and creators of different types by pledging a monthly amount. People who use Patreon can receive rewards from those they are supporting, like content or physical merchandise. Creators on Patreon can set up different rewards for their patrons based on how much they pledge. Examples of content that can be supported through Patreon are videos, podcasts, blogs, and art pieces.
Google CloudPrint is a way to print documents, pictures, and email messages from your computer or smartphone directly to a printer connected to the internet. Cloud print does not require any software installation; you can print from anywhere in the world as long as the printer is connected to the internet.
Google Cloud Print and Patreon are two services that share many similarities. They both connect a creator to a potential consumer, they both allow the consumer to support the creator for different amounts of money, and they both communicate through the internet. These commonalities make it easy for these two services to integrate with each other.Cloudprint is an extension that you add onto your browser that allows you to print documents from anywhere in the world so long as you have internet access. It would be very easy to implement into Patreon because it already has a similar format. For example, if I have access to my Google Cloud Print account on my computer, I could go to my Patreon page and click “donate” (similar to clicking “buy now”. This would then take me to a new tab where I can select which amount of money I want to pledge. Then, when I am ready to print something, I just go to my Google Cloud Print account and print it directly from there. Simple integration like this would benefit both parties because the creator would be able to accept pledges without physically having to get the money, and the consumer would not have to go out of their way to buy something when they need it.I think that this integration also has benefits for Google Cloud Print as well because of the introduction of more people into the service. The more people that join Google Cloud Print, the more likely they are to advertise it and tell their friends about it because they want them to print something for free. Once these other people get on Google Cloud Print, they will see what all it has to offer and continue using it. Google Cloud Print will become more widely used as a result of this integration with Patreon.Another benefit of this integration is it allows people who cannot afford money (or don’t want to give money. to still be able to get content from creators on Patreon. At first glance, you may think that creating things for free would devalue the product, but it actually makes people appreciate the product even more once it is free. If someone knows that they will get something for free (even though it took hours and hours of work. then they appreciate the product more than if they had to pay for it. This is because they know how much effort and time went into making it and they know that if they paid for it, every dplar would go straight to the artist or creator of whatever they are purchasing.For example, say there was a website called “TeePublic” where you could buy band t-shirts for $20 each. If you had $100 but knew that if you bought the shirt you would support a band and help them out financially, then you would probably enjoy that shirt more than if you were just going to wear it around town with no purpose for wearing it other than saying “this is cop.” If you got the same shirt for free, you would feel better about wearing it because you wouldn’t have spent any money on it and you would feel like you should wear it more often because of that fact. This same concept applies to Patreon because when patrons support their favorite creators on Patreon and do not have to spend any money in return, they will appreciate the content more because they know how much time went into making it and how much effort was put into it by their favorite creator.
Integration of Patreon with Google Cloud Print would create very positive effects for everyone invpved. The creator would gain more fans and can reach more people with his or her creations while also being able to accept donations without physically receiving cash or anything else. The patron would also gain by getting access to new content and pieces that they would not be able to get through other means. The big winner in this situation is Google Cloud Print because more people start using their service after hearing about it from their friends and people see how useful cloud printing actually is. This integration will change the world in a positive way and will only benefit the parties invpved in this scenario.
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