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…
In this Connected Comedy post, I look at the impact that the Nerdist podcast and blog has had on Chris Hardwick’s career and discuss some lessons you can learn from what he’s done with it.
This post from The Developing Artist blog is geared towards musicians, but is also very applicable to comedians as well.
In this Connected Comedy post, I look at one of the most successful bands on YouTube and explain what you can learn from them to advance your own career.
I’ve previously written about why you should use Sponsored Story ads, and this new study’s results back up my thoughts.
In this Connected Comedy post, I show how I turned a simple old photo into a piece of content that attracted a lot of views online.
In this post on the YouTube blog, the company shows off the results of some of the 45 creators who it recently gave $35,000 to for them to create content.
In this Connected Comedy post, I point out some of the basic psychology about audiences that you need to understand in order to succeed online.
In this post from Connected Comedy reader Sam Killerman, you’ll find a breakdown of how to use some unique online tools to help your comedy writing process.
In this Connected Comedy post, I break down exactly how you can get the most out of spending three hours a week creating content.
Looking for more? Check out these previous Connected Countdown posts.