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If you’re a first-time filmmaker, you should market your film or other project first. This is what Stage 32 CEO Richard “RB” Botto covers in the next video in his continued series that dives deep into crowdSOURCING for filmmakers.
Rb is the best-selling author of Crowdsourcing For Filmmakers: Indie Film and the Power of the Crowd, and he covers this crucial point in the video below.
Most of the time, as a first-time filmmaker or content creator, no one really knows who you are. Therefore, pushing out content about the project should be your first step. By giving your audience ownership of the project (let them name the dog in your film or choose the food you’ll be serving in a certain scene), they’re going to remember you. And then they’ll begin to do their homework on you.
Watch the video below to fully take in what RB means:
Start creating a buzz today for your film or other creative project by downloading your FREE copy of Crowdsourcing For Filmmakers. For a limited time, RB is offering his #1 selling book, absolutely free on Audible.
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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
4) How Do I Use Crowdsourcing to Build an Audience for my Film, TV, or Digital Project?
5) What Are Some Tips to Using Social Media When Crowdsourcing?
6) Why a "Build it And They Will Come" Mentality Doesn't Work as a Filmmaker
7) Can You Crowdfund Without Crowdsourcing Your Film, TV, or Digital Project First?
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