Three Free Resources For Self-Submissions

Shake Up and Shape Up Your Online Casting Game:

As you know, casting directors get thousands of submissions for every project. And you should consider it an accomplishment when you are selected for an audition. Below are some free tips and resources that will help you increase your audition opportunities through online self-submissions.

If you've heard of WorkshopGuru, then you know it is dedicated to keeping you informed about the latest CD workshops. Recently upgraded to Acting Resource Guru, Guru will have in-depth info about CD workshops, acting classes, plus more.

Guru founder, Ajarae Coleman,  covers "How to Nail Your Online Casting Submission," with Casting About's Brian Wold and Blair Hickey. This video is great because it's part of an entire series about online casting and self-submissions. So it is definitely worth checking out!

 

iActing Studios has online classes for actors of all levels. They cover everything from the craft of acting to the business of acting. One of the classes focuses on the best practices when self-submitting to commercials. However, this class can be applied to so much more.

Plus, when you sign up for iActingStudios, you receive two free hours of class each month. That's extremely valuable because it's more than enough to watch the class on self-submitting. 

Do you ever wonder how well your efforts are paying off? Are you just trying to become more organized and save time? Well, with this submission tracker, you can easily log info. Track an unlimited number of submission details, including the online casting website, project and role details, headshot used, plus any additional notes.

You can even save or print your personal report as an Excel or PDF file. This makes it possible to search for a project by simply using the search box on your computer!

 

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