Articles for Storytellers: Marketing
Below are articles written by members of the storytelling community. For recently published articles about storytelling festivals, see Storytelling -- It's News!.
A lot can be said on a two sided postcard. I use postcards in place of brochures much of the time. Brochures in smaller quantities run about $1.00 on vistaprint. Postcards about 7 cents. This is a no brainer.
Business Card Marketing
If you are a performer, speaker, storyteller, musician, business owner or earn money by providing services or goods - you need a business card. That is the best marketing advice you will ever read.
Social Media Case Study
Ellouise explains why she is convinced that using Social Media is a KEY part of the marketing for events.
Fringe Wind-up: Lessons Learned
An experienced fringe performer, Ellouise lists lessons she learned when performing one show five times at The 2010 Capital Fringe, Washington, D.C.
by Leanne Johnson, Member, Producers & Organizers SIG
They began arriving in January. First, a small flurry, then a trickle at month's end, and a veritable blizzard around the February 15th deadline. Tapes! Tapes! Tapes! Tapes filled with stories, and songs, and memories, and magic - and mistakes. As the chairperson of a concert committee, I learned a lot about the process of submitting a tape for a concert. Here are some suggestions I would like to pass on to hopefully minimize some common mistakes and maximize your potential.
Revised on 11-10-2010
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