Shameless Self Promo Thread: January 11, 2019


(Stareable) #1

Welcome to our weekly Shameless Self Promo Thread!

In the comments, you are all free to share “Friday Asks,” or specific, actionable things we can all do to help you out.

Format your ask using this template:

*all other comments not using this template will be deleted

  • Ask: [What you want people to help you with]
  • Show name:
  • Link: {episode/trailer/crowdfunding link}
  • Preferred Hashtag: {if applicable}
  • Prewritten tweet/Facebook post options (include your show’s social media links, and make sure to keep character limits in mind):
  • Extras/further info: {if applicable}

Asks can include:

  • subscribing to your YouTube/Vimeo channel
  • following you on social media
  • liking/commenting on a video
  • reviewing your show on Stareable
  • posting on social media about your show or crowdfunding campaign, etc.

You are not obligated to perform every “ask,” but if you’re going to ask something of us, it’s courteous to at least do one or two things for other people. This is a community, after all


(Deb Ethier) #2

Need your help here, folks! Having a very difficult time pinpointing a potential audience for my series; it doesn’t easily fit in categories beyond being an animated comedy. I did a very, very narrowly-focused FB ad campaign based on current viewership and did okay CTR-wise, but not actual numbers as it was such a small group. Really stumped here, and any help would be greatly appreciated. The series is here: https://www.stareable.com/series/view/22-bones-the-adventures-of-yorick-a-skull but you can also get a quick idea of what it’s about from the blog: https://22boneswebseries.blogspot.com/ Many thanks!

BTW - if you do go to the blog, check out the contest (deadline tomorrow Saturday, the 12th, at midnight ET); the winner gets to be part of an upcoming episode!

Thanks again! So grateful to have found this community!


(Bri Castellini) #3

Perhaps this article (and the discussion beneath it) will help? 16 Questions You Need To Answer To Define Your Audience


(Deb Ethier) #4

Thanks, Bri! I did read that article and used some of the ideas for my pinpointed ad, but I really like the points you make in the comments, pulling the pertinent bits out of the information you were given, using focus and expanding the kernels you pulled from the comment. Going to take another closer look right now!


(Herman Wang) #5

Hi all, just another fun VFX reel from my series The Spell Tutor


(Deb Ethier) #6

Cool! Who does your effects?


(Herman Wang) #7

That’s me, thanks :slight_smile:

I wrote a bunch of “VFX 101” articles on here last year or so


(Deb Ethier) #8

Nice! I’ll have to check them out!


(Ian David Diaz) #9

Rebecca Gold behind the scenes 4

Please support our tiny award-winning web series Rebecca Gold, small in budget but huge in entertaining you. Give it a go, subscribe & comment: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCux4qx4Z0xv7WrK-VudnADA

This version is all the Eps edited together as a short film. https://youtu.be/se8lTEocPT4

Directing on the set of Rebecca Gold.