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    Do I NEED to blog?

    This week's Ask Amy post comes from Michael who wondered, "Do I really NEED to blog on my actor website?"

    Thanks for your question, Michael. I hear you. I know as actors we have a lot on our plates, and adding "write a blog post" to our to-do list can seem daunting.

    But there are great reasons to add a blog section to your website, and I don't want you to miss out on opportunities.  Continue Reading ...

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    How Can I Build My Mailing List?

    A couple of weeks ago I asked if you guys had any burning questions, and was blown away by all the responses! So I'm thrilled to begin my first Ask Amy post!

    Today's question comes from Debbie. She asked, "How do I create a useful and cheap landing page with pop-ups to help build my mailing list?"

    Hey, Debbie - thanks for your question!  Continue Reading ...

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    3 Free Font Resources

    One of the first steps I take with my custom website clients is help them choose a font for their name. Think of your "name font" as your personal logo. The font should reflect your personality, and also make you happy when you look at it.

    But if you’re building your website on your own, finding your name font can be intimidating - especially if you don’t know where to look.

    Never fear - here are my top 3 free font resources to help you on your search!  Continue Reading ...

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    The Big Booking Secret

    My friend and colleague Cadden Jones has more than 10 years of experience thriving as a commercial actress in NYC, having booked over 100 commercials and industrials - so she knows what she's talking about. Today she's sharing the secret that makes her a booking machine!  Continue Reading ...

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    Embrace Your Essence

    Have you ever received your audition sides, just to realize that the character breakdown describes someone that is not physically like you? Maybe the role is for someone much older or younger. Or maybe the script mentions how incredibly tall and muscular the character is, and you’re actually average height and on the lean side. When this used to happen to me, I’d do one of two things:

    1. Panic

    2. Try to figure out how to change myself into how I think “they” want me to look/be/act

    It was exhausting. And quite frankly, a waste of time.  Continue Reading ...

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