New To Stand-up Comedy? A Great Starting Point: ComedyUniversity.com
If you have been involved in stand-up comedy for any period of time, you may have asked yourself:
How do I get paid as a comedian?
Usually, there is a considerable amount of no pay work involved as a comedian when it comes to taking the traditional path of only using comedy club open mics in order to develop a stand-up comedy routine that results in a payday – even a small one.
But what would you say if I told you that it was possible to actually get paid to develop your stand-up comedy act – right from the beginning of your stand-up comedy adventures?
Well, that’s exactly what one of my Killer Stand-up students and coaching clients did.
Here’s what happened:
Not wanting to wait for limited open mic performances to develop his stand-up comedy act, this student of mine assembled a team of comedians who could work clean and figured out a process for easily setting up paid stand-up comedy shows – month after month, starting with their very first show.
Here’s a edited audio clip (2:22) of the “How To Get Paid To Develop Your Stand-up Comedy Act” bonus training session available at CorporateComedySecrets.com:
Don’t get me wrong – this team of comedians started out getting $100 per show (that’s for the group). Now they get $300 per show for the group.
Not bad when you consider that most comedians don’t usually get paid to develop their stand-up comedy act.
What is also noteworthy is that this team of comedians has averaged 7 paying gigs each month for over a year.
As a result, they have also developed quite the corporate type comedy resume needed for bigger and better paying performances, both as a group and on an individual level.
They have continued to perform at comedy club open mics when they can, getting comments from other local comedians on how their individual stand-up comedy acts have improved greatly.
What’s really exciting to me is that is team of comedians has progressed to the point that they are now positioned to get bigger and better paying corporate type gigs – both as a group and on an individual basis – after only a year of performing.
That’s a great position to be in as a comedian if you ask me.
Not only that, the process they use to get paying gigs can be implemented in virtually any area. This team of comedians is based in Texas, not your typical stand-up comedy “hotbeds” like LA or NYC.
So if you want to know how this team of comedians did it, the complete step-by-step details are now provided in the audio educational material provided at CorporateComedySecrets.com.
Let me leave you with this – I wish I had known about this process for getting paid as a comedian to develop my stand-up comedy routine when I first started my stand-up comedy career.