No one is going to do this for you, so you need to do it yourself. Even an acting manager or agent won't do as much for you as you can do for yourself, because agents and managers are really out to help themselves.
Remember this Golden Rule: the only person who will bring you to the top of the acting world is yourself. If you're serious about becoming a professional actor and you want to make a lot of money from acting, there is no better way to do that than by promoting all of your work.
Be sure to follow my guide on how to get lots of acting jobs, but at the same time, make sure you are constantly putting your latest works online for people to see. Get rid of the bad acting reels and just keep the good ones. The truth is, no one really cares to see the bad and old films and projects you acted in unless they are a really close friend or they were in the project themselves. Therefore, I highly recommend you remove old works from your website and samples page. If you have put them on YouTube, of course you can leave them there, you should take the links down from your website because you only want your potential employers (i.e. Casting Directors) to see your best stuff.
It's a harsh world out there, but taking things one step at a time is a sure way towards success. You can start by being sure only your best works are online. Just think: what if you had a not so good work on there and a casting director saw that one first? They won't say, "Well maybe that was just one bad performance." Nope, instead you go bye bye. That's a wasted headshot and resume right there, as it's now about to be thrown out!
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