On the “we’re not dead” episode of the podcast, Jordan Cooper and Josh Spector talk about the importance of a mobile-optimized website, how expected traffic sources influence the way you should design your website, creating ways to measure performance and results so you can improve what you are doing, and understanding the audience you should target for a specific piece of content (it’s not “comedy fans”).
In addition, Jordan shares what he’s learned the past year doing three different weekly podcasts, developing content as a proof of concept for something bigger, and we answer listener-submitted questions on reaching college markets without NACA, press releases & getting coverage for yourself and the prospects of “making it” just doing live stand-up performances.
Have a question you’d like us to answer on the next episode? Submit it now through this form.
Participate with the community in our Connected Comedy Facebook group.
If you enjoy the podcast, please rate and review it on iTunes.
Links from this episode:
Google Analytics – Web Analytics & Reporting
Tech Douchebags – 5by5
Internet Outrage Machine – 5by5
Transmission – Goodstuff FM
Tony Deyo – YouTube
How Do You Bend An iPhone?
Trust Me, I’m Lying: Confessions of a Media Manipulator
Comedian asks: ‘Do you want to laugh at the crippled girl?’
What I Learned From The Book Contagious: Why Things Catch On
Help A Reporter Out
PewDiePie – YouTube
The 20 Most Popular Connected Comedy Articles Of 2014
The post Little Things Make Big Differences (Podcast Ep. 58) appeared first on Connected Comedy.