Friday, August 10, 2012

How to Connect With Your Audience And Leave Them Clapping

It doesn't matter if you're a celebrity, comedian, musician, actor or blogger. Whatever it is that you do, creating compelling content is critical and engaging with your audience is the key to success.

I've worked with some very talented people who bring excellence to their craft but one thing I noticed is that "talent" alone will not get you to the promise land. In today's world, you must master many disciplines to find your audience, your tribe, the people who will value (and often pay for) what you bring to the table.

The video you're about to see is intelligence into how to connect with your audience, it should make you think about you're own efforts. Before you start, open your mind and think about how you connect, how you engage the readers or viewers of your content be it through writing, television or any other form of media.

How we create content and how we engage our audience is really about sharing with others. Its not about how many comments you get on your blog or Likes on your social media platform of choice but having fun, being creative and developing your skills as an artist. The secret to connecting with your audience and leaving them clapping, is YOU.    ;-/)


  1. So true...I love the likes...I love the comments but what I really like is to write for myself. I enjoy my style, my brand of humor. I enjoy my creativity. I can tweak my creativity to met needs. I don't tweak needs to meet my creativity.

    I believe if a person if truly creative and imaginative people will find them. i am sure there are the rare blogs that happen over night but the more tried and true happen with networking and talent. Just my opinion....


    1. What's up Aaron? Thanks for commenting, much appreciated. Blogging for me is therapeutic and its a chance for me to share my thoughts with others like yourself. Your site is funny, insightful and thought provoking. I'm not a parent but you open my eyes to a dynamic relationship of a boy and his loving father. If only more fathers could be like you, the world would be a better place... ;-)