Friday, May 13, 2011

How to Be a Paid Public Speaker: Learn the Secrets to Making a Solid Income as a Speaker Within Six Months

In this teleseminar, Fred, Bill, and Avish combine their 60+ combined years of experience as paid public speakers to share the real deal secrets on how to start and grow a speaking business. No theory. No fluff. Just lots of great, in-depth advice that attendees can apply immediately to accelerate their path towards being successful professional speakers.

What we discussed on the call:

  • Select a niche that they can begin marketing to and speaking for immediately
  • Get their first paid gig
  • Quickly create a product for sale or promotion
  • Make money from free speaking engagements
  • Use a simple structure to put together an engaging and effective presentation
  • Avoid the three biggest mistakes new speakers make
  • Combine the three qualities audiences most look for in a speaker to deliver dynamite speeches
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Thursday, May 12, 2011

Using Direct Mail to Book Speaking Engagements: How to Cut through the Clutter & Stand Out!

Marketing is the most crucial element of your business; it's the only way to get new, paying customers and to get them coming back again and again. And the hardest part of marketing today is busting through the clutter and demanding the attention or your ideal prospect. But how can you demand attention? If we could all afford a 30 second commercial during the Super Bowl, it'd be easy. But how can you do it without a multi-million dollar marketing budget?

Direct mail is one of the best and most cost effective ways to get your message to your prospects or clients, if done correctly. Travis Lee of 3D Mail Results will tell you how you can affordably stand out from the clutter and get the attention your marketing needs to get the results you deserve.

What we discussed on the call:

How to use direct mail the right way
When and how to use 3D Mail properly
Why direct mail can be so profitable
Why using 3D mail always gets attention
Examples of how speaking professionals use direct mail

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