June 26, 2012
Here’s some highlights from recent issues of my Connected Comedy Daily Email:
This is what Louis CK and Marc Maron were up to many years ago.
If you want people to read your blog, this is the one thing you HAVE to understand.
10 Things You May Not Know About YouTube (But probably should)
Don’t treat pledges like donations (and other smart tips for successful Kickstarter campaigns)
Kelly Oxford explains how there’s a lot more behind her “sudden” Twitter success than people realize
“Futurama” Producers Explain How Technology Impacts Their Work
Comedy Central announces lineups for its new season of John Oliver’s New York Standup Show
“How can you succeed when the only certainty is change?” By reading this book.
IFC’s head of programming explains what she looks for in comedic talent
Watch this full documentary about the week Hannibal Buress spent preparing to tape his first Comedy Central special
Louis CK does it again – this time he’s selling all tickets to his upcoming tour only through his website.
11 Things You Need To Do If You Want To Make Money Off Your Passion Online
23 Creative Examples of Facebook Timeline Cover Images (and details about what you can control and what you can’t)
Steve Martin’s Personalized Letter To A Young Judd Apatow
A group of Vancouver comedians have teamed up to try to replicate Louis CK’s digital model (good idea)
10 Things Comedians Wish Somebody Told Them When They Started Comedy
How to reach 5 times as many people with the photos you post on Facebook
How (and why) you should use Tumblr
Want to make money from your comedy? Focus on creating experiences instead of products, and community instead of content
Time Out NY declares what three comics you should watch
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