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  • 4 Things to Keep in Mind When Creating Your Own Content

    In the 90s, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon were the perfect picture of actors who wanted to make their own careers happen. After quite the dry spell and no big break, they took it upon themselves to write and produce the best screenplay of 1998, “Good Will Hunting.” And for the last decade, the age of new media has been beckoning actors to create their own films, television, and Web series. Actors such as Andy Samberg or Colleen Ballinger (YouTube sensation Miranda Sings) and singers including Christine Perry or Pentatonix have all taken great advantage of producing their own content and gathering large fan bases to promote their work. So it’s not so much whether or not actors should create their own content, it’s when and how well!
    1. Stick with your strengths. Whether you’re an actor, poet, musician, or dancer, impress people with your best work. You want to show the world your greatest talents! While you’re filming, if you know you can do better than your first take, do another…and another until you really nail your performance. This goes without saying, but until you feel great about your material, it might be better to keep it on your hard drive instead of posting it on the

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