June 7, 2012
Here’s a sample of what I shared this week through my Connected Comedy Daily Email. You can get a free subscription here to see what I share next week.
Here’s an interesting new way to make money with your comedy (If it works…)
The world’s simplest comedy career plan.
Owner of DC and Tempe Improv found dead
A comedy club employee’s snarky (and correct) advice for comedians writing bios
An Interview With The Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Online Content Team (There’s a comedy career you probably haven’t considered)
Houston Comedians Weigh In On Open Mic Etiquette
New Connected Comedy Podcast Episode! We talk about comedy merchandise, social networks, content creation, and more!
Fame is about a lot of people caring about you a little. This is about a few people caring about you a lot.
Are you willing to call every person that buys your album and thank them personally? This band is.
Lots of comedians use Evernote in lots of different ways. Here’s why and what it can do.
10 Reasons Your Blog Doesn’t Get As Much Traffic As You’d Like
How to make sure you see what you want to see in your Facebook news feed
20 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before You Ask Your Fans To Fund Your Next Project
16 Tips To Get More People To See Your YouTube Videos
Scott Aukerman Reveals What He’s Learned From Comedy Death Ray And Comedy Bang! Bang!
16 Articles About Bill Murray From 1984-2012 (There have to be lessons you can learn here right?)
There’s a lot of reasons why buying followers is a terrible idea – here’s some of them.
Are you talking to strangers or friends? (More thought-provoking stuff from Seth Godin)
How Much Traffic Should A Comedian Get To Their Website? (new Connected Comedy article!)
Phyllis Diller’s talks about the difference between being a comedienne and a comic
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