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  • Boost Your Google-ability

    ActorWebs - Boost Your Google-Ability?

    Let’s face it. We live in a fast-paced, online world. How many times a day do you Google something or someone? It’s a safe bet that if you and 3 other fabulous actors are up up for the same role, the producer or casting director will be Googling all of you. What will they find? What kind of impression will you make? The good news is, you CAN take control over how you’re perceived online!

    Here are three ways to create an impressive Google-able online footprint, giving you an edge over the competition.  Continue Reading ...

  • 7 Signs Your Website Is Obsolete

     

    Your actor website - it’s your online calling card. You want it to reflect your personality and professionalism, keep folks posted about your gigs, and showcase your body of work. But if your site looks dated or obsolete, visitors might assume the same about you - not the look you’re going for!

    In this week's tip, I'll show you how to determine if your site needs a refresh.  Continue Reading ...

  • Can Social Media Help You Get Cast?

    ActorWebs - Can Social Media Help Me Get Cast?

    Social media is literally changing the way projects are cast. Don’t believe me? Check out this article from Variety.  All other things being equal, if three actors are up for a role on a big project, chances are the actor with a substantial social media following will nab the role. This means that if you’re savvy, you’ll start building your social media empire BEFORE you’re up for a series regular.  Continue Reading ...

  • Hosting & Domains - What's The Difference?

    Actor-Webs Blog:  Hosting and Domains - What's the Difference?

    As a web designer, I often get asked to explain the difference between a domain name and hosting and if you need both to have a website. Often, the client asking me will look a little sheepish, as if they think they should already know the answer. I can assure you that many people don't know the basics, so I'm going to break it down for you. I promise, once you learn it this way, it'll be easy to remember!  Continue Reading ...

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