Actor Websites | There are SO many social media pages...
Well, the below are just our personal opinions about which ones may be the most useful for actors and performers. As always, do what you feel is best for you! Facebook: Everyone has one. Everyone will at least glance at yours if you have one. We'd recommending either keeping your personal page free of profanities and Rave pictures, or making your personal page private and creating a Fan page. IMDb: People search this site constantly for movie information and it's always impressive to have your own page if you have the credits for it. Twitter: Like Facebook, lots of people have Twitter accounts and it's a quick and easy way to promote yourself. You can even link up your Twitter feed to certain website templates in our system. LinkedIn: Are you a professional. Get a LinkedIn page. Period. Even though the entertainment business seems to be a more social one and will most likely contact you in other ways, you should still have a pgage to make your professionalism known. And keep it up to date. YouTube or Vimeo: Try to get at least one and upload some videos of your work. YouTube is more popular but in our opinion Vimeo is a bit more polished with less ads. So feel free to get both. Then simply paste your video links into our control panel and showcase them on your portfolio! There are plenty of others that have their merits, Tumblr is good for blogs, Flickr is good for a multitude of photos, and the list goes on. Our advice, get as many as you can handle to keep up with. And if it still seems overwhelming there's a great site called IFTT.com that allows to post to multiple sites at once. And don't forget, can link all of these social media accounts easily to your IADB website via your control panel in the "Links" tab.
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