Do you really want to stay in touch with everyone you work with? Then create an email marketing campaign. It works, trust me.
Every time you meet someone, ask if they would mind signing up for your newsletter. Of course, you have to have good content for your newsletter, but if you do, most people probably won't mind signing up.
The question then becomes: what should I put in my newsletter?
I recommend you either write stories (or jokes, if you're a comedian), or something that will help brand yourself. You want to be known for something, right? Well what is it?
Whatever topic it is that you want to be known for, then write about that. Maybe your newsletter can have acting tips, or news about what new films are coming out, and your opinion on them.
The key is to be sure that you are providing quality content, and the newsletter can be sent out every two weeks or so. This will allow you enough time to come up with new content.
But here is the kicker: you also want to infuse the newsletter with news about your personal projects. Mention new films that you are in that are coming out, or plays that you are putting out.
Because your audience is being supplied all kinds of other great content from you, they will feel obligated to return the favor and go see some of your shows. Slowly, your list will grow and more and more people will start to know who you are.
Email marketing is a great way to increase your notoriety, slowly over time.
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