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. 3 Examples of Comedians Using Social Media In Creative Ways
In this Connected Comedy post, I highlight some of the most interesting things I’ve seen comedians do recently online.
9. Earwolf’s Scott Aukerman and Jeff Ulrich Discuss The Podcast Boom
In this interview with Splitsider, the guys behind one of the fastest growing comedy podcast networks out there discuss what they do and how they do it.
8. 10 Things You Can Do To Get 10 New Fans Today
In this Connected Comedy post, I give you some quick and simple suggestions for how you can grow your fanbase in a day.
7. An Interview With The Creator Of The ShortFormBlog
In this Mediaite post, ShortFormBlog creator Ernie Smith explains why he decided to move his blog to Tumblr and shares some advice about how to get the most out of Tumblr.
6. 6 Tips To Help You Write Effective Blog and Video Titles
In this Connected Comedy post, I lay out some tricks of the trade when it comes to getting more clicks for your headlines.
5. Two New Web Properties Get Hollywood Deals
Here’s a couple things you should see: the story about how the My Parents Were Awesome blog got a book deal and how the popular YouTube video series The Annoying Orange got a TV deal.
In this Connected Comedy post, I break down how I typically work with my clients. If you’re interested in hiring me, feel free to email me to discuss.
3. Two Major Developments At YouTube That You Need To Know About
In this Connected Comedy post, I discuss YouTube’s new foray into producing original content and its latest move to become more like a TV network.
2. The #1 Way To Lose Facebook Fans
The results of a new study reveal that overposting is the main reason why people “Unlike” Facebook fan pages.
1. A New Way To Measure Your Success: The 10% Goal
In this Connected Comedy post, I explain why I think you should use a different metric to measure the progress of your career.
Looking for more? Check out these previous Connected Countdown posts.