For the past few weeks we’ve been featuring videos in our crowdSOURCING series hosted by Stage 32 CEO, Richard “RB” Botto. RB authored his best-selling book, Crowdsourcing For Filmmakers, Indie Film and the Power of the Crowd to light the way for indie filmmakers and other creatives looking to make their mark with independent projects.
In the new video below, he talks about how to use crowdsourcing to build an audience. “Boots on the ground,” as he says, are needed to carry the message of your work to the masses. Without those boots, your message may go unheard. So as you prepare to build relationships and find your exclusive audience, the first question you have to ask yourself is, “Who is my audience?” And then answer honestly.
That question is the first step to a successful crowdSOURCING campaign. Take a listen to the next video in the series to learn more about building an audience to bring your project to fruition!
If you’re looking to gain a competitive edge in your creative career, why not take Crowdsourcing for Filmmakers with you? For a limited time, RB is offering his #1 selling book, Crowdsourcing for Filmmakers for FREE on audiobook. (Over 80 5 star reviews!)
Download it for FREE through Audible here:
Want a paperback or e-reader copy – It’s available on Amazon!
Watch Other Videos in this Series:
1) What is the Difference Between Crowdfunding and Crowdsourcing?
2) Why is Crowdsourcing Essential for ALL Creatives?
3) How Crowdsourcing Helped a Feature Documentary Become a Film Festival, Netflix, and iTunes Success
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