Patreon is a membership platform that makes it easy for artists and creators to get paid. It enables content creators to make a regular, long-term living from their work. Patreon also allows creators to keep in touch with their most ardent supporters while maintaining creative control over their work.
Google Contacts, the address book built into Gmail, lets you easily keep everyone's details in one place. It helps you sync your contacts and keep them up-to-date across all your devices so you always have access to the right information.Google Contacts Integrations
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Triggered when a membership is deleted.
Triggers when an existing pledge is deleted.
Triggered when a post is deleted on a campaign.
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.
Triggered when a new post is published on a campaign.
Triggered when the membership information is changed. Includes updates on payment charging events.
Triggers when a pledge has been updated.
Triggered when a post is updated on a campaign.
Triggers whenever a group is created.
Triggers when a contact is created or updated.
Adds an existing contact to a group.
Creates a new contact.
Patreon was created on May 28, 2013 by Jack Conte and Sam Yam. They wanted to create a platform where people could help fund artists' work. While they did not achieve that goal, they did create a website where people could support each other through monetary contributions. The website is like a subscription service, but instead of paying for a product or a service, you are supporting the creator of the product or service. If you choose to support creators on Patreon, you will be charged monthly depending on how much you want to contribute.
Google Contacts is a business software that allows you to store contacts in one place. You can then access those contacts through Google products like Gmail and Google Calendar. You can even upload your contact list from another device when setting up Google Contacts. In May 2018, Google announced that they would be combining Google Contacts with Gmail to allow users to have an easier time managing their contacts.
Patreon is a great way for creators to expand their business and increase their income. It is also a great way for patrons to support their favorite creators. Unfortunately, there are some unfortunate limitations to both Patreon and Google Contacts. First of all, it is difficult for users to find new projects they might want to support. Patreon has a search bar that allows users to search for specific creators, but this can be difficult if you do not know the name of the project or creator. It is also difficult for creators who are just starting out to gain support because they do not have enough patrons yet. There is no way for them to easily reach out to potential patrons. Also, there is no way for patrons to find new creators to support.
Another issue is that there are not enough options for backing projects. There are only two ways you can support a project. monthly or per creation. However, not every patron wants to support every creation that the creator makes, so this option does not appeal to everyone. For example, if someone creates an album, they might want to pay upfront rather than every time a song gets released. Also, not everyone wants to support the creator financially at all, so this option does not appeal to them either.
Integrating Patreon and Google Contacts would spve most of these issues. First of all, integrating the two services would make it easy for patrons and creators alike to find new projects and creators they might want to support. Since it would be so easy to find new projects, more creators would get the chance to get started without having to rely spely on their friends and family. Also, since patrons could view the projects they currently supported on their profile, it would be easier for them to back more projects. The integration would also give patrons more options for supporting projects. For example, patrons would have the option of supporting creators per creation, per month, or per year. This could appeal to different types of patrons as well as creators. It would also allow patrons to contribute directly to the creator without having to go through Patreon’s system.
Also, Google Contacts has some features that Patreon could benefit from. For example, Patreon has no limit on how many patrons you have. This means that if a creator has 50 patrons each giving them $1 each month, they will still get paid $50 that month even though they only made one creation that month. This means they will not get paid until a patron cancels their pledge, which may never happen because patrons usually cancel their pledges at the end of their billing cycle. Additionally, patrons cannot set a specific amount of money they want to pay until they actually make a pledge. This makes it hard for the creator to plan ahead and know how much money he or she should make that month. This system can lead to creators making nothing at all if they do not have enough patrons or do not get enough pledges for the amount they would like to make that month. Google Contacts also has limits on how many people you can add to your contact list at one time and how many contacts you can have altogether on one device, which is something Patreon does not have limits on. This could reduce the amount of spam that some creators receive from fans trying to get into contact with them through email or social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram. Also since there are limits on how many people you can add at once with Google Contacts, this could reduce stress on servers by reducing the number of people using them at any given time during peak hours.
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