Being successful as a writer, screenwriter, producer, performer, crew member or any creative professional requires you to be able to find people ready, willing, and able to buy what you sell.
For most creatives “promotion” is a dirty word. It implies all the rudeness of a used car salesman paired with all the self-aggrandisement of a politician. It’s the last thing we think we want to do. After all, most of us could have made a career in sales if we felt comfortable shilling products and services every day.
But the truth is, people only buy books, screenplays, films, performances, and services they know about. If you aren’t good at connecting to the kind of people who buy what you want to sell, you’re going to spend a lot of your time doing something other than what you love for a living.
Promotion done right is fast, easy, friendly, and fun.
In this detailed guide you’ll learn 9 ways to start promoting yourself and your work effectively. They won’t cost you a lot of money and time, and they will immediately increase the ease with which you find people who want to buy what you want to sell.
If you have questions about this workbook, email Nancy Fulton at firstname.lastname@example.org.