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    6 Tips On How To Get Into Exclusive Events

    As a publicist, I work hard to get clients into noteworthy and press-heavy events. I have clients at varying levels of their careers, and I’ve been able to speak to them about the importance of attending events.

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    3 Tips for Successful Networking

    As an actor, it's selling your brand—talent, training, appearance—in order to create or act upon a business opportunity. The goal is a follow-up call, meeting, audition, or booking! Keep these three tips in mind, and your networking will go far more successfully.

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    5 Steps To Deciding What Acting Projects To Pursue

    A lot of actors who could be very successful are not clear about marketing their talent or where they should be doing so. It may seem obvious, but you need to go to the right location and target the one media that will recognize your talents and hire you!

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    5 Tips On Maintaining Your Image

    As the gigs start coming, you’ll start to notice that more people around you will start having stronger opinions on your look, style, image, and the direction they believe your brand should go. It’s important to fully understand your brand.

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    The Clock is Ticking on Your Career

    Most actors think they have a lot of time, years, to become a “star”—on Broadway, in a prime-time series, or in a film. They don’t.

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    5 Ways to Keep Your Reputation Clean

    There are numerous ways to penetrate the media, regardless of how small of a significance or impact your role in a movie may be; there will always be an opportunity to publicize it. Speaking of PR, it’s important to remember that the way you conduct yourself at an audition ...

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    The Actor's Marketing Checklist: 9 Tools You Need

    What do you need as an actor in today’s competitive market? These are the nine marketing tools that will put you in the running for roles in all markets.

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    4 Tips for Discovering and Promoting Your ‘It Factor’

    As a publicist, I encourage actors to take a moment and discover what their “it factor” is. It’s important because I’ve noticed actors gain a sense of confidence in rediscovering what sets them apart from the rest.

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    How To Turn Your Acting Fears Into Passions

    Embarking on an acting career is much like sky diving. Even if you book work in a play, on a TV series, or in a feature film, the experience is usually short-lived. The play closes. The series is cancelled. The film wraps. And you‘re free until the next booking ...

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    5 Ways To Generate Buzz For Your Web Series

    Publicist Garrett O. Thomas shares how to generate the best buzz and viewership for your new web series.