Today we’re chatting about virtual magic shows with Alex Ramon! Show links here: https://bit.ly/3g9mSsJ
We taped this interview for the Magician Masterclass Inner Circle during the first two months of the pandemic outbreak when Alex was presenting his 35 in 35, thirty-five shows in thirty-five days. What’s super interesting revisiting this interview for today’s podcast episode was just how spot-on Alex's insight continues to be.
We discuss the key differences between live and virtual magic shows, what types of material you need to select, who Alex Ramon recommends following for social media advice, and so much more.
Alex's is an incredibly hard worker who has headlined some of the biggest magic shows in the world, he shares his twenty years of experience through the mindset of virtual performing.
This is a fantastic chat that I think you’re going to really enjoy.
Today on Magicians Talking Magic Podcast we are chatting about the things you give a future client who is asking for more information about you, your magic shows and your virtual services.
Show Links & Downloads: https://bit.ly/2OSNxhn
We both begin preparing to create our own virtual EPK content and we bring you along on with us.
Understand the decisions behind questions like:
This is a great episode that covers a ton of essentials for our own virtual magic show promotional material.
Join hosts Ryan Joyce and Graeme Reed as they discuss the nitty-gritty of creating a knock-out virtual EPK that sells.
Grab some coffee and let's dive in!
Today we are listening in on a conversation with Canadian danger artist, Fenyx Fyre. Graeme Reed recently connected with Christopher Campbell (Fenyx Fyre) to talk about danger art, creativity and mental health. https://bit.ly/3jsv21r
Known as the “Innovator of Insanity” Chris combines classic danger art with modern-day presentation and technology. In this episode, Chris shares some of his original ideas on classic sideshow stunts.
A lot of us often ask why someone might do these dangerous things? Chris shares how performing dangerous art helps overcome his struggle with Mental Health.
Learn more about Chris or support him by buying some merch at FenyxFyre.com
Hooray!!! Today on Magicians Talking Magic we celebrate one year in podcasting! What are the biggest key takeaways from the last three-hundred and sixty-five days?
Show Links: https://bit.ly/30hzDL6
Host Ryan Joyce and Graeme Reed discuss ten things they learned after a full year and sixty episodes of Magicians Talking Magic Podcast! PLUS their favourite episodes, unexpected surprises and their three biggest fails.
If you are creating any type of content and you are a magician who is actively trying to book more shows, this episode is a resource on approaching a big ambitious project and how to speed up your process.
This is a great episode that you are not going to want to miss.
A step-by-step guide to starting from scratch and two unique approaches to booking more shows and growing your virtual magician business.
You know the hardest part is taking the first step and in this episode, we want to help provide two unique approaches to get you started the right way.
We share practical ways magicians can act right now to build their confidence and start moving towards earning revenue from virtual shows.
Listen now and get the downloads here: https://bit.ly/2AL82t0
Today on Magicians Talking Magic Podcast we are discussing the two biggest hurdles magicians must overcome in a shift to earning income from virtual magic performances. (Episode page https://bit.ly/38l8sTj)
One of the business challenges we’ve always faced as magicians is educating our clients about what we offer. In the new era of livestreaming and virtual events, it’s an even bigger mystery.
It’s our jobs now more than ever to teach others how to hire us. Since ideas are developing so quickly, your experience and knowledge can set you apart as an authority in this new space.
This episode introduces the two biggest hurdles and how to establish yourself as a leader.
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