It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you’re trying to figure out how to get more people to visit your website, but it doesn’t have to be that complicated. To get you started, I’ve compiled a list of five simple things you can post on your website over the course of the next week that I guarantee you will get you more traffic to your website than you currently receive if you take a little time to do them.
Ideally, you should have some kind of blog functionality on your site which makes it easy for you to add content – if you don’t have that yet, then you’re going to want to set that up before you do this. But assuming you do have the ability to easily post content on your website, then here’s a simple outline you can follow to jumpstart your website.
Since my previous interviews with comedy manager Reg Tigerman and booking agent Eric Yoder were so well received, I’m happy to be back with another exclusive interview for you today.
This time, I caught up with Rachel Miller, a graduate of the Tisch School of Arts who now lives in Los Angeles and is the owner of management/production company Tom Sawyer Entertainment as well as a blogger on her site ShowMeTheScreenplay.com
In this interview, Rachel talks about how to build a comedy writing career, what she looks for in potential clients, the most common mistake she sees writers make, and much more. Here’s my interview with her…
After getting several requests from readers to compile some of the most valuable posts on Connected Comedy into a book, I’m excited to announce that I’ve done just that…and a little more.
Today I’m releasing a brand new Connected Comedy Bonus Book, which features 15 of the most valuable articles I’ve written and includes new updates and expanded bonus content for each of these articles that isn’t available anywhere else!
Hey guys, I’m working on a new super cool awesome top secret project that I think is gonna present some new super cool awesome top secret opportunities for you – if you’re a good writer and you’ve had at least one crazy interesting experience in your life.