In this podcast Jasper Bark talks about the art of asking, permission marketing, facebook advertising, social media and much more.
About Jasper Bark
- [01:44] Interview start. Technology and the art of the podcast.
- [05:45] Raising money for Beyond Lovecraft – how to be successful with crowdfunding
- [10:00] The art of asking and permission marketing – why and how it’s okay to ask for help
- [22:00] Michael McDowell and other underrated creators
- [25:00] Translations
- [33:00] Revisiting stories – books and films
- [34:25] Morning routines and daily habits
- [38:45] Interacting with people via social media
- [42:20] Banned from Facebook
- [49:52] Facebook adverts
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