There was a blog entry recently on the site EntertainmentEntrepreneurship.com regarding the topic of, what else, Entertainment Entrepreneurship and the belief that there’s no business that’s not in show business. The post on Entertainment Entrepreneurship can be found here. Lights Camera Read agrees with the belief that there is no business that’s not in show business and recognizes the greater potential for success if one’s blog and business borrows from this concept.
Get More Customers, Clients and Fans with Entertainment Entrepreneurship
If you are an entertainer or an artist or even a small business owner, you can benefit from the Entertainment Entrepreneurship gold rush pandemonium that empowers you to get more customers, clients and fans. The suggestion is to start a blog on which you can then load up with Entertainment Entrepreneurship elements including catchy videos, animated gifs and quizzes.
Video Film Web Components Can Entertain Your Customers
To develop your blog there are many free options as well as paid ones such as the video producing, web designing, digital marketing and blogging services offered at Video Film Web. Although Video Film Web as a company officially closed in 2013, its website is still online and acts (Entertainment Entrepreneurship pun intended) as a hub for finding freelancers who can help you build your blog with Entertainment Entrepreneurship components.
You Need a BigFoot Zombie (Figuratively Not Literally)
Let’s face it, we live in an era of the very short attention span known as ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). Many of us spend an awful lot of time on our cell phones seeking instant gratification or some form of entertainment or affirmation. There are those who believe that we are addicted to our phones. Therefore if you build an Entertainment Entrepreneurship type blog, you’re going to want to be sure that it is mobile friendly as well as keeps your readers engaged. A suggestion is to surprise them by throwing in the occasional BigFoot Zombie or Loch Ness Monster.
Yes, it’s Come to This
An interesting side note is that statistically speaking, most of you reading this article on the subject matter of Entertainment Entrepreneurship will not even make it to this, the second to the last paragraph. You might have, with all earnesty, started reading this but then may have stopped doing so because we lost your attention. So sorry. So we’re going to add an animated gif right now to hopefully reignite your interest or at least draw your attention to this area in case you are about to leave this page. For those of you who made it this far, good job!
CTA or Call to Action
And as long as we are on the topic of keeping readers reading, we want to add the importance of CTA or Call to Action. Every blog entry should have this. It consists of asking your reader to do something toward the end of your post. In our case we want to encourage you to contact Video Film Web regarding their very affordable video producing, web designing, digital marketing and blogging services. So right here is a link to the contact page of the Video Film Web website. Or, here is the link to the Lights Camera Read contact form if you are an introvert.