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Old 01-05-10, 04:22 PM   #1
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Default New year marketing

Working on my 2010 marketing plan:

- if you'd like to be on either monthly email newsletter list, just let me know.
( either Big Fun Show! or the Pro Comedy Writing One)

- I'm expanding my list of contacts on LinkedIn. If we've done projects together, I'd be glad to add you.

-Is there a simple extension/ file format for making postcards?

-my idea blog is at www.thebigidea.com

Let me know what you are doing for creative marketing ideas,

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Old 02-16-10, 10:47 PM   #2
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Wow - that sounds like a great, focused approach to marketing your act - How is it going?
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Why are you talking to yourself ?
That is not a good marketing idea because people will think you are crazy.
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Old 02-17-10, 05:21 PM   #4
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Insanity generates 'Buzz', it's 'edgy'
It's been working since before Van Gogh.
I've been faking senility for years.
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Whilst insanity is edgy, Van Gogh is not a good example when relating crazy with marketing.
He only ever sold one painting before his death !
I don't think any performer would want some agent profiting from their show after they're dead.
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The gymnastics required to argue with you are beyond me. Dead street performers, tough sell.
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My marketing approach has become more active in these bleak times,

here's what I've changed.

Lately, more and more, when the phone rings, I pick it up.
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I upload my jpegs to Vistaprint and they make postcards for me. When I need to do them at home, I make them in a big table in a word doc.

Other than that, I'm a little busy marketing, so I can't get further into your query...
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