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Social media is a term with a lot of issues for many performing artists. First, there’s the angst that comes with not having the first idea with how to use it strategically to promote your art. Next come the feelings of being too old, or not savvy enough, or useless. Then, the frustration - how can you know if your art is any good if no one is there to see it? Let’s break it down.
It’s the question every brand that’s actively using social media is asking: How do we boost likes, comments, shares and overall engagement? If only the answer was simple. In reality, it’s one of the most complex. In 2019, especially for actors and theatre people, your social media presence is your new headshot. What you post can have a direct correlation to the jobs you book.
You know how exciting it is to be working on a show and you want to tell all of your social media followers. But you want to make sure they’ll actually be able to get tickets to the show itself. Make sure you have these two items in place so that your followers’ enthusiasm doesn’t get lost and you’ll have nice houses for your run!
Business owners across the globe place a high value on residual income streams—income that comes in reliably month after month without a lot of additional input. (Who wouldn’t?) But according to Joseph Kenney, founder of 316 Strategy Group and national recognized speaker on small business, residual income isn’t “gravy”— it’s a necessity for long-term success of any business. Mr. Kenney answers a few questions below regarding how residual income works and why it plays such a key role in an effective business strategy.
We’re breaking down how your Facebook posts can get in more News Feeds - also known as reach. You spend all of that time creating your posts so make sure that people are seeing them! This post gives you five questions to ask when you’re looking over your Facebook content. By acting on them you’ll start to build strong relationships with audience members who are liking, commenting, and sharing your posts!
In our Facebook Live: YouTube Tactics for Right This Second, I interviewed Sean Ely from Number Six With Cheese. He shared some EXCELLENT insights about your first 1000 followers, getting sponsorships, and how to get better.