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Screenwriting Bible

Screenwriting Bible

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The next step in your plan-once you have completed the above worksheets
and the "positioning" worksheets that follow-is to begin your marketing
research and networking. You will also begin to approach people you
suspect might know someone in the industry.

Now, select your best prospects (producers, talent, directors, agents,
and contacts). Generally, you will work with about eight people at a
time. You will not contact any of them until you have done your
homework (completed the worksheets).

Name Title
Company
Buying (and/or other) history

Budget range (if applicable)
Current needs/wants

How he/she prefers to be contacted

Name Title
Company
Buying (and/or other) history

Budget range (if applicable)
Current needs/wants

How he/she prefers to be contacted

This material is © and ™ 2005 by Sir William K. Coe™. All rights reserved. Reader agrees to
have read and abide to the license, warnings, and additional documents listed within the
beginning chapters of this book. Includes third-party content not owned by Sir William K. Coe™.

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