Every Friday 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 this week’s countdown…
In this Connected Comedy post, I break down some of the reasons that you may feel like nobody’s seeing your Facebook status updates and what you can do to change that.
The Comic’s Comic interviews comedian Jeff Ross to get the details about a new experimental live show that’s happening at The Comedy Store in Hollywood.
In this Connected Comedy post, I share some examples of easy comedy blog posts that will help you get over your writer’s block and get some more traffic to your blog.
I like the idea of the Connected Comedy community supporting each other, so here’s a link to Connected Comedy reader Ramon Rivas’ new album. He’s made it available for free download, so go check it out and spread the word about it if you like it. Thanks.
In this Connected Comedy post, I take a look at a YouTube series that’s about to get its one millionth view and explain some of the reasons I think it’s been so successful.
This 10-minute video features the founder of Kickstarter explaining how you can use his site to raise money for your creative projects.
There’s still a couple spots left in my new Connected 20 program, so go check it out and see how I can help you promote your content at a ridiculously low rate.
The Comic’s Comic details the efforts of New York-based comedian J.D. Durkin who is trying to capture Colbert’s attention by putting on his own live version of the show.
This Connected Comedy post has stirred up a lot of comments both on the site and over on the Connected Comedy Facebook page.
If you read one thing on this list this week, this should be it. It’s a transcription of an entire presentation delivered by Ian Rogers of Topspin, which is a leading marketing services company for musicians and bands. It’s music focused, but completely applicable to comedy and packed with great information.