Tag Archives: Devin Mills

Rogue Cowgirl’s Blog, A Little History on Web Series

Rogue Cowgirl’s Blog, A Little History on Web Series

  “A Little History on Web Series” The first time I told a little history on web series I was speaking on a panel at a film festival in 2010.     I realized as I spoke about web series history, the first real web series I knew about was the BMW film series, The […]

Rogue Cowgirl’s Blog – Dating In The Middle Ages Nominated by @ISAwards

Rogue Cowgirl’s Blog – Dating In The Middle Ages Nominated by @ISAwards

I’m proud to announce that our comedy web series: “Dating In The Middle Ages” has been nominated for three awards by the Indie Series Awards 2014: Best Supporting Actress – Deidre Hall Best Directing comedy series – Steve Silverman Best Costume Design – Mary Jo Anderson Watch an episode of the series here: For more […]

Rogue Cowgirl Blog – Just Be Yourself

Rogue Cowgirl Blog – Just Be Yourself

“JUST BE YOURSELF” When great writers offer you writing tips they always include “Just Be Yourself” in the mix.  Easy for someone else to say, but how can you be yourself if you don’t know what that is?(So this indirectly helps when creating your web series because the old adage “write what you know” comes […]

Rogue Cowgirl’s Blog – Targeting Online Viewers

Rogue Cowgirl’s Blog – Targeting Online Viewers

GOOD NEWS FOR WEB CONTENT CREATOR TARGETING BABY BOOMERS eMarketer estimates that this year 49% of 55- to 64-year-olds and 30% of those ages 65 and older will watch online video at least monthly. That compares to 87% of 18- to 24-year-olds and 81% of those ages 25 to 34. That gap is closing, though. The […]

Rogue Cowgirl’s Blog – Marketing a Web Series

Rogue Cowgirl’s Blog – Marketing a Web Series

Before you start Marketing your web series… FIRST, FIND YOUR NICHE. Exactly “what is a Niche” you ask?  Good Question. Wikipedia says: A niche market is the subset of the market on which a specific product is focusing. When writing a web series, although you should definitely “write what you know,” you should also (in my […]