So many actors are out here in these streets freaking out about our websites.
“I need to get a whole new one built because mine is a mess, but I can’t afford it right now…”
“I need to add credits to my website, but my programmer is not replying to my emails…”
“My old headshots that don’t even look like me are on my website, so I don’t want to reach out to new agents…”
I’m going to tell you something important right now.
Don’t worry about your website, boo. If you want to be found online by casting directors, directors, producers, writers, anyone in the entertainment industry…?
Get your IMDB profile on point.
Websites are great, and I do believe you should have one eventually. It is like owning your online home… you can express your creativity, highlight what YOU want to highlight, share stuff in the format you want… and own the rights to your content.
People MIGHT see your website if ranks high enough in a Google search. But EVERYONE is looking at IMDB. That’s just a fact.
So go on ahead and get these tips.
In the video I explain five easy steps to optimize your IMDb page with IMDbPro. Step one is getting an account. At the moment I am writing this, you can start with a 30-day free trial. And after that, you gotta bite the bullet in order to maintain control of your content on your account. #costofdoingbusiness
Let’s make that IMDB page one that you’ll want to show off. 🙂
Your turn! Share your IMDb page in the comments below!
Show me yours and I’ll show you mine…
Ajarae Coleman | Acting Resource Guru