I’m all a Twitter.
Twitter is starting to tip.
I’ve heard it more times this week from friends than I have in the last six months.
So I signed up, and will be twitting often. What that means is when you’re on this page, you’ll be able to see what I’m up to by looking in the WHAT I AM DOING section in the upper right hand corner of this page. I can twit by text, web, phone from anywhere . . . and I will.
The relevance of Twitter to modern day producers of any sort of content is the demonstration that once again, content that is changing constantly . . . and content that is brief . . . is becoming even more valuable.
Check it out . . . and spend some time thinking how to harness Twitter for your shows.
Oh, and here’s a great quote about Twitter from the New York Times, after they raised millions (a lot more than a Broadway show, I’m sure) to launch the company.
Its co-founder says that the company was not currently focused on making money and that no one in the company was even working on how to do so. “At the moment, we’re focused on growing our network and our user experience,” he (Biz Stone, co-founder) said. “When you have a lot of traffic, there’s always a clean business model.”
Boy did that make me feel a heck of a lot better about a lot of things that I’m doing. Doesn’t it make you feel better?
As that freaky voice said, “If you build it, they will come.” It doesn’t matter if you’re writing a show or building a web-based business.
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Click on the “follow me on Twitter” link. I promise some fun updates on the day-to-day of what I do. When I’m in a boring meeting or a boring show, or when something awesome is happening, you’ll be the first to know. Even before my Mom. 🙂
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Ken created one of the first Broadway podcasts, recording over 250 episodes over 7 years. It features interviews with A-listers in the theater about how they “made it”, including 2 Pulitzer Prize Winners, 7 Academy Award Winners and 76 Tony Award winners. Notable guests include Pasek & Paul, Kenny Leon, Lynn Ahrens and more.