A $25,000 investment is not the goal of this company.
“We really just want to have a platform that allows people to create, and they can be monetized,” said CEO Paul Cianciotti.
“It’s not about how much money you make, it’s about how you make it.
And that’s what’s exciting.”
TAComa is the brainchild of Ciancinetti and his business partner, Ben Kostin, and the company is based in Tacoma, Washington.
Kostan, a veteran of the digital space, previously worked for Google, Facebook and Twitter, before coming to TAComas team in 2017.
TAComas business model is simple.
“The idea is to let people design for free, and to let the people create for free,” said Kost, who was born and raised in Canada.
“That’s how we’re doing it.”
Ciancini has long been interested in technology, and has spent much of his adult life learning to code.
But he says that he was never a programmer and was more drawn to the art of design.
“I started out programming when I was in high school and then it kind of just snowballed, but I got a lot of really good experience from it,” he said.
“And then I started working on software projects and it just kind of exploded into it.
It was just amazing.”
While Ciancia is an experienced designer, he has no prior design experience.
He started TACommunity in 2017, when the company was still a startup, with the goal to create an “all-in-one” solution for designers and developers.
“Our goal is to make it easy for designers to make money,” said Ciancu.
“They can create something free and then monetize it.
I mean, we’re not even charging you money for your work.”
Ciciancia and Kost have built the company into a business that has attracted hundreds of people and generated $1.6 million in revenue since its launch.
“This is the first of many TAComic products, so we’re very excited to be a part of it,” said TACome, which is launching in 2019.
“There’s a lot to be excited about.”
TEComans goal is similar to that of several other large companies, including the $200 billion-dollar ad network Adwords.
“People are creating millions of dollars a year with those tools,” said Paul Ciano, vice president of Adwords for TAComania.
“If you’ve never seen an ad before, it’ll be like a giant billboard.”
The TAComeric ad platform has a unique business model that gives designers the ability to monetize their work through a variety of methods.
It offers a simple, intuitive platform that gives developers a free tool for creating ads and monetizing them through the use of ad networks.
“TAComans ads are created with a simple click-to-buy interface,” said Kevin Kopp, chief marketing officer of TAComi.
“By adding in some social signals, it lets people see their ads and get a percentage back for each click.”
The platform also allows users to promote the ad on social media and the site, and it allows companies to monetise ads for users by using an automated tool.
“You can build an amazing ad network,” said Steve Kopp.
“All you need to do is get a social network, a website, and then you’re off and running.”
For developers, TAComes ads have become a key feature of TEComes products, offering an easy way to monetized their work.
“Developers are really excited to use our ad platforms,” said Matt Miller, TEComania’s chief marketing strategist.
“Most of our customers are small businesses or startups that want to get paid, so this is really important to them.
They’re going to see great results.
“Say a customer that likes a certain brand of clothes. “
What TAComs ads do is it lets designers create a custom ad for a particular type of customer,” he continued.
“Say a customer that likes a certain brand of clothes.
Then you can use the ads and say, ‘I want you to put that on my TAComy shirt.
You know, the one that says I’m a designer and I have this particular shirt.'”
In addition to its ad platform, TACComans offers a host of other services, including tools to make your work easier to understand, as well as a website for users to review and share their creations.
“Designers are a huge part of our audience and their creative abilities are something that’s very valuable to us,” said Miller.
“So we’re always looking to do new things for them and help them get better.” TACComa