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We've compiled a list of 11 free and paid alternatives to Steady. The primary competitors include Flattr, Liberapay. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Steady and Buy Me A Coffee, Trans Pay, sther. Also you can look at other similar options here: About.

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Steady ( is a web platform that helps project financing via recurrent donations.

Steady Overview

Steady helps publishers to convert their readers, listeners and viewers - in short, their audience - into paying supporters. Publishers are individuals and teams who regularly publish content, whether via blogs, videos, photographs or podcasts. Using Steady, publishers can easily set up a project page that allows their community members to make recurring monthly financial contributions and access exclusive content. Steady is unique in using proven crowdfunding methods to help publishers earn regular income. Publishers retain full control over their projects and ownership of their content. Readers, viewers, listeners and followers can use Steady to financially support their favourite publishers with small monthly contributions.


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