The Easy Way to Collect Rave Reviews About Your Work

In your actor marketing, one of the most effective components you can include is a review or testimonial. But what do you do if you don’t have a review from the New York Times or LA Weekly or Backstage?

And how do you make it easy for someone to say yes to that big questions, “Will you write something about me?”

Watch this week’s Acting Business Bite to learn the easiest way to get reviews and testimonials from your favorite teachers, CDs and directors.

My challenge for you this week is to think of one person who you can request a testimonial from, then write that testimonial and send it off to them for approval.

Let me know how that goes in the comment box below.


5 Responses to “The Easy Way to Collect Rave Reviews About Your Work”

  1. Cynthia Shaw says:

    I love this advice and will use it. Thanks for the great idea!

  2. Allison says:

    This is such a great idea! Thanks, Dallas!

  3. Sarah says:

    Fabulous! I love it. I’m new to LA and therefore don’t have representation, but I have been doing casting director workshops for CDs on my target list and I’ve been getting GREAT feedback/comments…and I was wondering how to use that to further jumpstart my career here! Here is the answer!
    Thanks, Dallas :)

  4. Erin says:

    Great words as always, Dallas! I follow your business bites from here in Orlando and have been making great strides in my career! I am fortunate enough to have several published theatre reviews to draw from, but plan to supplement those with more feedback from Directors/casting Directors I have been working with! Thanks for the idea!!!

  5. I just did an 8 week post-it process with the goal of updating my website. Collecting testimonials is a post it for next week, and I’ve been totally dreading it, not knowing what to say. Thanks as always Dallas, I’ve just sent off three emails!

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