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Are you curious about what other funny people like yourself are looking for when it comes to stand-up comedy tips to help them be more successful on stage? Well, then…

Below you will find the links to the Top 10 most popular articles right now that others have been reviewing on this blog over the past 24 hours (updated every hour) to find out what they need to know about becoming a comedian and developing a stand-up comedy routine that gets the big laughs

There is literally a mountain of valuable information available on this blog, beyond the Top 10 most popular articles listed below.

If you are truly serious about taking a shot at stand-up comedy and don’t want to suck on stage like most new comedians tends to do, you might want to take a hard look at the stand-up comedy tips in the articles listed on the My Favorites page.

And you can also check out the Master List page which has every stand-up comedy tips article currently available on this blog.

Top 10 Most Popular Articles

  1. How Many Jokes Are In A Minute Of Stand-up Comedy Material?
  2. If you want to command the stand-up comedy stage, you MUST get frequent laughs when you deliver your stand-up comedy material. This article reveals the number of jokes and punchlines needed in a stand-up comedy act to generate headline level laughs.

  3. Is There Such A Thing As The Best Comedy Topics? If So, How Do I Find Them?
  4. Are you a new comedian trying to "find" the best comedy topics for a stand-up comedy routine? Before you waste your time on that sort of meaningless effort, you might want to pay close attention to the information provided in this article.

  5. What Are My Chances Of Becoming A Comedian?
  6. You actually have a great deal of control when it comes to your chances of becoming a comedian. But are you going to improve or decrease your chances of success. Believe it or not most people choose the latter and don't even know it.

  7. Am I Funny Enough For Stand-up Comedy Or Am I Just Wasting My Time?
  8. Let me answer the question now - the chances are very good that you are more than funny enough to do well as a comedian. The better question you should be asking is whether or not you are actually going to use the comedy talent you have now on stage. Hint: Most don't and fail.

  9. Yes, You Can Tell Stories As A Comedian
  10. Don't pay attention to anyone who tells you that you can't tell stories on stage as a comedian. Just look at some of the successful comedians who do. This article pinpoints some of the big advantages that come with telling stories in a stand-up comedy routine.

  11. The Delivery Style Secret Every New Comedian Should Know
  12. How does a new comedian go about finding the very best delivery style that will help them generate the biggest laughs with their stand-up comedy material? This article reveals the most important delivery style secret every new comedian should know.

  13. Stand-up Comedy Tips Are NOT Enough
  14. Are you among those who believe that all it takes is few great stand-up comedy tips in order to have what you need to kill audiences nightly as a comedian? If that's the case, then you may want to start looking under your pillow every morning for Tooth Fairy money too.

  15. Still Trying To Figure Out How To “Write” Punchlines Out Of Thin Air? Now That’s Funny...
  16. Punchlines are a comedian's lifeblood. So, how do you write them? This article bluntly describes the major obstacles that can be encountered when trying to learn how to "write" punchlines for stand-up comedy material in the usual and ineffective literary fashion.

  17. Your First 5 Minutes Of Stand-up Comedy Material
  18. Your first 5 minutes of stand-up comedy material is the most important. It should be tight and generate maximum audience laughter. This article discusses what "tight" means and what you need to do to move forward quickly as a comedian when it comes to audience laughter.

  19. Completely Unusable Information About How To Write Funny Punchlines
  20. It would be most prudent to be suspicious of some of the information being made available online to new comedians -- like information about how to "write" punchlines. This article explains why simply telling people to make sure punchlines are funny should be considered suspect information.

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