How stand-ups can use social media, part two

Social icons

Social media can make careers - and break them. But, aside from the pitfalls and dangers (pro-tip: don't be Laurence Fox), being on social media has never been more important - particularly for stand-ups.

So, following on from Part 1, here are some further elements to consider to maximise your social media presence.

Post photos

Photos of you at gigs, performing or hanging out with other comedians, can help to increase your credence.

Your followers want to get to know you - this helps them have an insight into you and your life. And it's also legitimising - you are a...

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Published: Thursday 12th October 2023

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