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’s this week’s countdown…
One of the more popular posts I’ve written here on Connected Comedy, in this post I break down exactly why you should think of yourself and what you do online differently than you probably do at the moment.
This post from The Comic’s Comic (a site you should definitely be reading) breaks down some news from Funny or Die including the revelation that they’re now looking to develop and publish humor books.
In this Connected Comedy post, I give some advice to a Scottish comedian looking to get more work writing for TV.
I’ve written about Jonah Peretti before, but this Business Insider post breaks down a recent presentation he gave that really includes some great insight into what makes content go viral.
In this Connected Comedy post, I explain my decision to launch a Connected Comedy Tumblr page and why you may want to consider launching one as well.
Comedian Gil Ozeri pulls off an amusing stunt by forcing himself to sit through a marathon of Two and a Half Men episodes and detailing the results.
In this Connected Comedy post, I explain the reasons every comedian should have a Fan Page on Facebook.
It’s somewhat of a puff piece, but Katie Couric sits down with the crew at Funny or Die to discuss how the site and company works.
In this Connected Comedy post, I break down the four types of fans you may have and explain how you can convert fans into more valuable types of fans.
This post from the Music Tank blog is theoretically for musicians, but it’s just as applicable for comedians. Especially notable is the list of adjectives mentioned and the suggestion that if you’re video matches three of them, it will usually work.