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Social Media Planning for Magicians
One magician’s story of attaining a 5 year goal in 12 months
Join Swedish Magician Caroline Ravn as we hear her amazing story of getting to perform at Hollywood’s Magic Castle within one year of her taking up magic as an adult.
This is a story about Caroline Ravn’s focus, drive, ambition, self discipline as much as it is about strategies that magicians and other entertainers can employ to effectively use social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Youtube.
In This Episode We Discuss:
- Making weekly and monthly plans for social media
- What to avoid posting on social media accounts
- Separating your personal and social media accounts
- The importance of hash tags
- How to evaluate the effectiveness of your posts
- How to identify potential customers through social media communities
- How often to reach out to journalists to feed them possible stories about you
- A great tip for giving good interviews to journalists
- How to maximise relationships with journalists
- Hear Caroline’s story of getting to perform at the Magic Castle in Hollywood in less than a quarter of the time she had planned to it.
- How many hours a day do need to rehearse to fast track your performing ambitions?
- The benefits of using a manager
- Mentoring with Tom Stone
- Lots of marketing tips for magicians
Links and resources discussed in this episode:
Forvo is the largest pronunciation guide in the world
The One Thing A book that Ken and Julian use to help stay FOCUSED.
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