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How to Make a Name for Yourself as an Artist

What can you learn about promotion from a guy who's been wearing a nametag 24/7 for more than 2,400 days straight? A lot when that guy is Scott Ginsberg (who just got some great national media exposure when he appeared on ABC's 20/20 last Friday night).

In this video clip (recorded a couple of weeks ago in New York at a trade show) Scott and I explore what it takes to stand out in a crowd:


If you like that, watch this other video clip I did with Scott at the same venue.

-Bob

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1 Comments:

  • Great post. The Internet allows access to a wide range of people. This is huge for the independent writer, musician or other artist. You don't have to let a big corporation determine whether you are "good enough."

    You produce your best work and let your audience decide.

    I started as an independent writer, before landing a book publishing contract. I gained valuable experience as an independent.

    By Anonymous Monica Carter Tagore, At 7:34 PM  

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