HEBRON, KY., January 11th, 2016 – Comedy ventriloquist and corporate entertainment professional Tom Crowl is attracting attention after a successful ventriloquism lecture made waves with attendees at the 2014 Vent Haven International Ventriloquist ConVENTion in Kentucky. The convention was created to help others learn the specialized skill of ventriloquism while artfully improving their craft. To keep aspiring and seasoned ventriloquists in the loop on the lecture, Crowl created a How To Do Ventriloquism page on his website, https://comedyventriloquist.com, and it's garnering lots of traffic.
The How To Do Ventriloquism page is one of the most popular pages at https://comedyventriloquist.com. Using slides and information from the lecture, Crowl offers site visitors a video with tips, tricks, and truth on how to become a successful ventriloquist. From learning how one can learn to throw their voice to speaking without moving their lips, Crowl has assembled one of the most informational and entertaining free resources for ventriloquists available on the web.
The repetitive web hits tend to come after popular ventriloquists appear on television. When ventriloquist Jeff Dunham has a TV special air, Crowl's numbers on his How To Do Ventriloquism web page increase quickly. When Paul Zerdin appeared on America's Got Talent with his puppeteer talents, the same thing happened. These spikes can be accredited to the fact that ventriloquism is an art form that is still extremely popular and, therefore, generates interest on how one can begin the process of becoming a successful ventriloquist.
Comedy ventriloquist and corporate entertainment professional Tom Crowl has been part of the staff at the Vent Haven International Ventriloquist ConVENTion since 2009. Upwards of 600 attendees made their way to the convention this past summer. Proceeds from the convention benefit the Vent Haven Ventriloquist Museum, the only museum in the world dedicated to the art of ventriloquism. The museum, started by William Shakespeare Berger in the 1940's, is located in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky.