Substack co-founder on how Substack Pro works: year one, writers get upfront pay, Substack keeps 85% of revenue; later, writers keep 90% revenue, no minimum pay — The thinking behind Substack Pro — When we started Substack in mid-2017, the future for writers was frightening.
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Substack Co-Founder On How Substack Pro Works: Year One, Writers Get Upfront Pay, Substack Keeps 85% Of Revenue; Later, Writers Keep 90% Revenue, No Minimum Pay (Hamish McKenzie/Substack Blog)
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Uzair is a features writer at Cafeer.de. He is a graduate of Emerson College and recently completed the MFA in writing.
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