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Do I need Another Social Media Marketing Account?

December 23, 2015 by


Today the question came in the form of Instagram on the Business for Flow Artists group, but the question is relevant no matter which platform is in question: Should I make one?! I don’t think there is a single answer to that question. I’ve read articles that indicate that as we spread our marketing efforts […]

How to Sell Your Show without Selling Your Soul

February 17, 2015 by


I’m not sure if you’ve experienced this also — where someone accuses someone of selling out in a way that really feels like a negative accusation. I look around the community and I consider the possibility of someone having actually sold out and it occurs to me that no one is making nearly enough money for that to […]

8 Free Ways to Build Your Fire Dancing Photo Portfolio

August 6, 2014 by


One question I get regularly from folks is this: I’m new to performing and can’t afford a photo shoot. I want to look professional on my web site so how do I get high quality images with which to market myself? It’s a great question because a photo really can make the difference between something that […]

Turn Performance Whines (about the girl with tits) into Wins (in Mind & Wallet)!

February 26, 2014 by


If you read the recent article, “Why is that Girl with Tits Getting Gigs and I’m not?” you’ll have noticed we touched on some truths about earning a living as a performer. In the course of discussion with folks on line, particularly some burgeoning artists, some interesting topics came up. These are, in many cases, […]

Why is that Girl with Tits Getting Gigs & I’m Not?

February 16, 2014 by


If you’ve been asking yourself, “Why is that girl with tits getting a gig and I’m not?” then this article is for you. I have to confess, I’m unbelievably sick and tired of (especially newer male) artists breaking into performing blaming their inability to book gigs on the fact that they don’t have tits. The general […]