Every weekend I break down the 10 things I think you most need to see this week, including a mix of posts on this site and other stuff from around the web that I think should be on your radar. Here’s this week’s countdown…
10. 5 Things You Can Do To Appeal To Comedy Bookers
In this Connected Comedy post, I break down a popular question from readers and discuss some of the things you can do to increase your chances of getting booked.
9. Doug Stanhope Explains How The Internet Has Changed His Career
In this radio interview, Stanhope talks about how the Internet has allowed him to have better control of his career.
8. Facebook’s Sponsored Stories: Your Secret Weapon In Facebook Promotion
In this Connected Comedy post, I explain how you can benefit from running Sponsored Story ads on Facebook.
7. 5 Short Videos That You Can Learn Something From
In this Connected Comedy post, I compiled a few quick videos that will teach you some things about everything from blogging to marketing.
6. How Adam McKay Used The Internet To Find His New Favorite Comic
In this LA Times interview, Anchorman diretor Adam McKay talks about how Matt Braunger became one of his favorite comics…even though he’s never seen him anywhere except on YouTube.
5. Why It Works: Epic Meal Time
In this Connected Comedy post, I break down the success of the Epic Meal Time video series.
4. Introducing The New Connected Comedy Forums
This week I launched brand new forums on this site and have been thrilled to see almost 50 comedians join already. Go here to join the conversation!
3. Google’s Search Continues To Go Social
This Wall Street Journal article explains the way Google’s search algorithms are changing and demonstrates why building a strong social media presence is getting even more important for you.
2. 5 Free Tips For Comedians Looking To Get Serious About Their Career
In this Connected Comedy post, I offer some advice for comedians looking to take the next step n their career.
1. 25 Things Most Comedians Do
In this Connected Comedy post I break down the ways most comedians approach their career and give you one big question to consider.
Looking for more? Check out these previous Connected Countdown posts.