By now, most actors have heard that being on Twitter is important. In fact, many actors have moved away from tweeting about their melted iced coffee at the gym, to using Twitter to land a job. But what is so different about what they are tweeting? And most importantly, how can you tweet your way to acting success? That is the million dollar question.
After two years with my nose to the grindstone, I met two helpful marketing coaches, +Keith Keller and +Emily Grace, whose combined expertise provided an answer! Luckily for you, they have now teamed up to share their insights in a unique, affordable program called, Actors Tweet. What's more, they are giving away two scholarships to train you - for free.
So, how has Twitter helped my acting career? Well, tweeting forces you to get clear about your "message." With less than 140 characters these days, you've got to make your point stick - or risk being drowned by the noise of 500 million plus users.
"SHARING IS CARING!" says Tweetyborg.
Using a main rule from Keith, "Sharing is caring," I discovered that I love sharing information about the industry with my peers. So I started a free daily newspaper online about the up-and-coming entertainment community. What was my point? To consistently champion the people I want to work with: directors, producers, writers, casting professionals, and the industry movers-and-shakers. So, it is no accident that I've been offered more auditions from Twitter than anywhere else in the last two years.
But that is only one example. You don't need an online newspaper to get yourself noticed. It's also irrelevant whether you rank top 1% of tweeters worldwide, or rank top 5% for retweets.
Actors Tweet takes away all the guess work, and confusion about Twitter. You can simply learn at your own pace to master this amazing, and free marketing tool to suit your career goals. And if you enter to win the scholarship by April 6th, you may be one of the lucky ducks who gets this social media gold for free.
Remember, sharing really is caring! Tell a friend about the scholarship, because it won't lower your chances of winning.