Boy, that could be a great sequel to Being John Malkovich.
Last week I had a great time coaching some individuals on Self-Promoting Without Annoying Your Friends. We discussed a writing career, re-branding your acting image, a nonprofit to Save the Arts & brainstormed another attendee’s germ of a creative idea using Homer Simpson as an example (that was a tough one!).
I’m always excited to talk through the muddy waters of social marketing with people, and everyone present said they found takeaways they could put into practice right away. That is always the goal and I’m happy to report mission accomplished!
WHAT I LEARNED:
Every workshop gives me valuable information. I learned that teaching in a chair doesn’t work for me. I learned that outlines are my friend and flexibility my bestie.
I’m psyched to do final prep for this Saturday.
The sooner you register, the more detailed research I can do for your project!
FEB 23– Pay for Workshop
Build Your Marketing Strategy
What is your show’s story? We’ll peel away all the layers of people who would be interested in the story you want to tell.
Who is your audience? How can those layers be organized in a way that you and your team can target?
Who are your audience’s influencers? Who has your audience’s ears & how can you begin a relationship?
How can you target them? Just what it says, tailored to the platforms you’re already using or are most efficient.
Basics of a pitch to media & bloggers With fun examples.
Includes basic media lists The sooner you register, the more research for your specific needs I can do. It’s all about relationships; lists mean nothing without engagement.
See you there!
Saturday, Feb 23rd (10am-1pm) at Theatre Asylum
$40 / individual workshop
Bring another from your company or show for $60 total
All 5 for $175. – Pay for all 5 Workshops
Can’t make this one? Watch & interact via live-stream* (email after registering) or pay for the archived video w/ visuals.
*Live-stream requires at least 24 hours notice.
Comment below or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.