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Twitter For Actors Who Would Rather Act Than Tweet

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Twitter for actors can be baffling.  Twitter for actors can be fun.

But the most important thing that you might be overlooking is that twitter for actors can be CAREER-CHANGING…if you do it right.

In my last social media for actors tip, you learned how to avoid being one of “those” actors on Facebook (the ones that make you roll your eyes and want to un-friend them because of over-posting. 

Well, Facebook and Twitter are very different beasts.  You absolutely can't treat them the same way.  They have a different culture entirely.  But they both require consistency.  That's absolutely true if you want to get results (aka results = more auditions, more acting jobs, more red carpet :)

In this Twitter for actors video tip to find out how to spend less time on social media and more time acting but still get RESULTS!

Watch The Video Below

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If you happen to be one of those actors who’s not big on slaving over the computer for hours on end trying to squish all your creative genius into 140 characters multiple times a day only to feel like you’ve wasted your time because nothing’s happening, then that video tip probably gave you a lift.

If you happen to be one of those actors that’s making some headway with Twitter, you’re on there following and tweeting and retweeting (oh-my!) and you’re getting a little overwhelmed, this tip will work for you too.

If, by chance, you happen to be one of those actors that thinks all this Twitter nonsense is a complete and total waste of time, that just means nobody ever opened up the secret, hidden doorway and showed you how to REALLY use it to make major industry connections in only a few minutes a day.

Once you KNOW the power of Twitter for actors, your resistance to it melts away like the Wicked Witch of the West in a rainstorm.

This Twitter for actors tip gives you one way to cut down the amount of time you’re spending on Twitter.  Work smarter, not harder, so you can get back to doing what you love, what you're passionate about and what your soul sings about…acting.

I thought it might benefit you to see some screenshots of where you can find the LIST feature in Twitter that I mentioned in the video.

Here's how to find the List function. On the top right corner of your Twitter account, click the “gear” aka “settings” icon. On the dropdown menu click “Lists” and simply follow the prompts to create your first list!

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Remember, the purpose of you being on Twitter is not so you can win Tweeter of the year, it's a tool that you can use to build powerful relationships with Casting Directors, Directors, Producers, Agents, Managers, Writers…you name it!  These are the people that can help you get closer to getting those feet of yours on The Red Carpet where they belong.

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Was that Twitter for actors tip helpful?

Would it help to know which Casting Directors are active on Twitter and a quick way to find them?  Download this awesome free resource I created for you “193 Casting Directors On Twitter” so you can save hours and hours of time searching for them (and get back to doing what you love, ACTING!)

You DESERVE The Red Carpet!
~Amy

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Amy Jo Berman - Acting Coach
Amy Jo Berman's Tips On Acting & Auditioning Blog
Email: Asst@AmyJoBerman.com

“I show actors how to be better, book more jobs and live the Red Carpet life!”

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10 Responses

  1. Bill Russell says:

    You rock Amy Jo! Another awesome tip topic and your advice about using the “list” function is dynamite! Can’t wait for tomorrow’s webinar!

  2. Ansul Singh says:

    Thanks for great advice.Just follwed your advice right away.

  3. James Allen Brewer says:

    Thanks for another GREAT tip, Amy! You’re awesome!

  4. Michael Golodini says:

    Super helpful, Amy! Thanks a lot!

  5. Mandy Peterson says:

    Awesome, thank you for this!! I didn’t even know the list feature existed!!

  6. I am Silvia Manning says:

    I am a bit of a computer geek and I am VERY active on all of my social media, but this tip is one that I haven’t used, and it’s one that I am looking forward to putting to use! How many things come to us in social media, email, etc. that are simply a waste of our time? I love that I every single time I open anything from Amy, it’s NEVER a waste of my time, It’s ALWAYS something that I need and want. Even if I didn’t know I needed it. LOL!

  7. Holly Anderson Storey says:

    Thank you!!!! I’ve been in Twitter clog hell!

  8. Ronald Patrick Thompson says:

    Great tip! I wish had the level of interest necessary in twitter to use it more to my advantage. This could definitely help. thank you!

  9. That’s really helpful, as usual. Thanks !

  10. kendalinwonderland says:

    Ah! Thank you for this!!

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