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.
A conversation with some of TV’s most successful female comedy producers.
The story of a comedian (and Connected Comedy reader) who has become one of Cleveland’s best comedy promoters
How the Internet is impacting comedians’ material (according to the Chicago Tribune)
Marc Maron explains how talking to comedians saved his life.
Another pair of comedians get a TV deal thanks to their podcast
If Your Goal Is To Become A Better Comic, You Probably Never Will. (Good post from a Connected Comedy reader)
10 Ways To Get More People To Join Your Email List
If you’re doing anything that involves telling a story – you should read this: Pixar’s secrets to a good story.
New Connected Comedy Podcast Episode featuring former Jimmy Kimmel Live segment producer
And the nominees for the 2012 Canadian Comedy Awards are…
Is it worth using Facebook’s promoted posts feature? Depends on your goals.
Here’s an interesting look at how one person (@Garyvee) has built a strong Twitter presence
Reading this will likely forever change the way you write emails
8 Smart Ways To Interact With Your Fans On Facebook
3 Mistakes Most People Make When They Run Facebook Ads
Here’s a bunch of things you shouldn’t do to the people that “Like” you
10 Metrics Comedians Can Use To Judge The Progress Of Their Career
This should eliminate every excuse you have for not blogging.
Some of TV’s most successful comedy showrunners have a chat about how they do what they do
5 People Who Successfully Funded Projects On Kickstarter Share Their Secrets