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Promoting yourself as a speaker

Promoting yourself as a speaker Promoting yourself as a speaker

You have worked hard putting together mind-blowing presentations. You have taken the first steps towards building your speaking business. You might even have some consistent gigs going, so it is time to start thinking about getting more clients. That means improving your promotional strategy.  Promoting yourself as a speaker is not an easy task in […]

5 Ways to Generate More Speaking Income

5 Ways to Generate More Speaking Income

Once you pass the whole emerging speaker phase and you’ve got your first gigs going, things are going great! Now, it’s time to turn this into a business, which means, you need to generate enough money to make it sustainable. So, this is the moment when you ask yourself how to generate more speaking income. […]

The #1 roadblock that’s stopping emerging speakers from becoming successful

The #1 roadblock that’s stopping emerging speakers from becoming successful

Hello, there! In my many years of experience helping speakers and coaches grow and build their businesses, I’ve gathered a lot of resources to help emerging speakers ease their way to the spotlight, literally and figuratively, of course. And there’s a lot of this content on the internet already. But something I don’t see many […]

Marketing with Meaning for Speakers – an Overview

Marketing with Meaning for Speakers – an Overview

While basking in the sun this Christmas holiday, I read an amazing book by Bob Gilbreath, called “The Next Evolution of Marketing”.   His main focus was how “Interruptive Marketing” was dead and was being replaced with “Marketing with Meaning”.  I define Interruptive Marketing as the kind of marketing that forces you to stop doing whatever […]

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Are you taking advantage of your website's full potential?

You've got the marketing that is driving more visitor to your site every day, but are you really taking advantage of all the juicy potential these visitors are bringing each time they find you?