The way that people are buying and viewing entertainment these days is forever changing. Billy interviews Paul Draper to talk about these changes. Show Notes: brandingentertainers.com/38675
Covid has hit us all in some form or another. Billy shares a quick update for what's next.
Stay tuned for tomorrow's podcast episode (05/26/2020) and a special guest. We'll talk about Demystifying The Online Show and what many are doing during our new normal in 2020.
This Thanksgiving episode is filled with phone call conversations and with a variety of entertainers who share why they are thankful to do what they do, especially at this time of the year.
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One of the most difficult processes of being an entertainer is being able to look in a mirror at the end of a day and know that the reflection looking back at you is the real true you. This episode covers how to find and stay true to yourself both onstage and off.
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Billy is joined by his son Ryan who deals out some golden nuggets on how to relate better with your online audience. Together they just scratch the surface in chatting about virtual branding.
Billy's been missing in action, but listen to this 2 minute update to get the low down
In this final interview episode with Kris Sheppard of The Successful Performercast Billy discusses his own mental illness and what he learned along the way, through failure, in which to become REBRANDED.
This is part 2 of the personal interview with Billy Diamond and Kris Sheppard of The Successful Performercast. In this episode Billy talks briefly about how you can evolve your brand to get to your next step as well as his own personal life struggles that nearly ruined his career.
Billy Diamond of Branding for Entertainers discusses - What is branding and why is it so important for entertainers to get it right.