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On the “monetization is not a real word” episode of the podcast, Jordan Cooper, Chelcie Rice, Josh Spector and Josh Homer discuss a comedy club’s role in cultivating local comics, what to do as a comedian if you have to choose between two clubs having a turf war, and the misconception that clubs are actually in the entertainment industry.
Also, Josh Spector gives a glimpse of his plan to grow e-mail subscribers, Josh Homer explains how he collects e-mail addresses at shows, and Jordan spends five minutes explaining how spam blocking works in all the technical detail. What’s your business strategy as a comedian? If you don’t know, then this week’s show is for you.
Links from this episode:
Why Clean Comedy Clubs Don’t Exist [Jordan Cooper]
Definition of the word “monetization” [Dictionary.com]
Want To Grow Your Email List By 25% This Month? [Connected Comedy]
The Best Tool To Build And Manage Your Email Mailing List [Connected Comedy]
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