Support Seattle Bubble by Becoming a Member

As Seattle Bubble marks its ten-year anniversary this month, I’m excited to announce a new program that gives readers the opportunity to directly support my ongoing efforts here: Seattle Bubble Membership.

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It’s been almost two years since we’ve done any sort of fundraising on here, and rather than just asking for donations this time around, I decided to put together a membership program with some perks for those who choose to support this site with a modest contribution.

Here’s how it works. Using the form at right (or the same form on the membership page), you can become a Seattle Bubble member for just $5 a month or $50 a year. For your membership, you’ll get a variety of benefits including spreadsheet access, members-only forums, and access to a private group video chat. For a full list of perks, head over to the membership page.

I’ve modeled this program after a similar program at Gimlet Media, a startup podcast network I admire that produces great shows.

Please consider becoming a member to support my ongoing efforts to provide the Seattle area with a quality, unbiased source for in-depth local news about real estate and the economy.

In addition to the membership program, here are a few other ways you can show your support.

As always, thanks for your ongoing support and comments.

About The Tim

Tim Ellis is the founder of Seattle Bubble. His background in engineering and computer / internet technology, a fondness of data-based analysis of problems, and an addiction to spreadsheets all influence his perspective on the Seattle-area real estate market.

One comment:

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    Frank says:

    Unbiased? I would argue that you have an axe to grind with traditional real estate brokers and positive real estate spokespeople… wouldn’t you?

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