Here’s a few tricks to help you get a bigger audience for the jokes you tweet and get the most out of the material you’re creating.

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Facebook’s made a lot of changes recently – here’s how to take advantage of them to make sure more people see what you post without spending a penny.

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You know that awesome thing you just posted on social media? You should go post it on your website now. Here’s why…

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A veteran San Francisco comedian shares what you need to know about the Bay Area’s comedy scene.

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Please subscribe and rate this podcast on iTunes! On the “fans are a misnomer” episode of the podcast, Jordan Cooper and Josh Spector talk about changing your approach of how to make the leap to headlining shows, why clubs and bookers don’t make you a headliner – your fan base does, how the terms ‘opener’, ‘feature’ and ‘headliner’ […]

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Comedy manager/producer Barry Katz shares his thoughts on what the industry looks for, how to build a successful comedy career, and more.

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Here’s a look at the three types of value comedians can create and how to ensure that what you create is actually valuable to your career.

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Louis CK dropped a lot of knowledge in dark corners of the Internet a decade ago – here’s some of the highlights.

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No matter how many followers you have, here’s a few things you can do to get a lot more benefits out of your Twitter account.

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Please subscribe and rate this podcast on iTunes! On the “put your money where your mouth is” episode of the podcast, Jordan Cooper, Chelcie Rice and Josh Spector talk about how Facebook’s algorithm changes have dramatically affected page post visibility, why Facebook ads can be the best way to build an initial fan base, how targeting a very […]

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