Why You Should Think Before Sharing Your Acting Success on Social Media

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So you booked a gig on a film or TV show—congrats! While your time on set is something that you may want to celebrate and share with the world, you should definitely take a second to put the phone down and figure out when—and what— you can share on social media. You don’t want to get in trouble with the people who hired you! Watch this video featuring Marketing4Actors founder and Backstage Expert Heidi Dean, who shares her advice for posting anything about your next new project.

READ: What Social Media Does an Actor Need?

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Benjamin Lindsay
Benjamin Lindsay is a senior editor at Backstage, where if you’re reading it in our weekly magazine, he’s written or edited it first. He’s also producer and host of our inaugural on-camera interview series, Backstage Live, taking informative deep-dives with actors across mediums to discuss their craft, their work, and their advice for others getting started in the field.
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