027 – Zerply co-founder James Bennett

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This episode is a unique solo episode packed to the brim with a lot of workflow hacks and core advice to manage yourself better and get a lot more done inside of your standard work day. This is vital methods I apply to my work every day of every week and have developed many of these techniques over the span of the past 20 years of my career.


Zerply is an amazing new platform for artists to promote themselves and network with other industry followers. This is an amazing and exclusive platform to get connected with other studiso and artists and find work easily and frequently. I’m blown away by this platform and what it can do, it’s exactly, and I mean ‘exactly’ what this industry needs.
I sit down with James Bennett one of the founders of Zerply to chat about this amazing platform, as well as James’ career, and his really solid advice for others to both utilize Zerply, and utilize their career for high success! LOADED with really great advice!

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  • Bloody brilliant episode..Tips on reel was really great.

    Thank you guys!

  • Great podcast.Absolutely awesome! Love the stuff you put out. Question – Does that mean new artist to the industry, such as myself, should wait a few years before trying to join zerply?

    • amckay

      Hi Fumi, I’d say do it now? What’s the worst that can happen? If you don’t make it in you’ll at least have opened that line of communication for later, and you can just keep trying. Best of luck!

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