Insights from 15 Industry Leaders on Making an Impression, Booking Stages, and Getting Invited Back Next Year Speakers are always asking us how to make a good impression with a meeting planner. How do you go from a total unknown to a booked speaker? Where should you invest your time when you’re just getting started? What are the secret mistakes that other prospective speakers make?
Storytelling is critically important when giving a presentation, making a sale, or pitching your business idea – but how do you achieve great brand storytelling?
How do you make sure that your story is compelling, that other people will connect with it? How does your story relate to your brand?
Schramko is hosting live events geared toward web marketers, looking to grow their businesses and create new opportunities for themselves.
“We give people a challenge – they can conquer a fear or try a bucket list item,” Schramko says. By the last day of the event, attendees have learned new skills, built up their confidence, and prepared to take on new challenges in their business life.
Classic email restricts us to text, and words make up only a small portion of how we as humans communicate.
Using video in your emails is the next best thing to a face-to-face conversation. It gives you the power to convey that extra meaning and emotion in the messages you send and to put a face to your name.
Communities keep your customers engaged beyond the initial purchase of your product, and keep them coming back for more. Bringing new customers into your engaged community can turn a one-time purchaser into a brand promoter.
With some elbow grease, you can build a community that will signal boost your other marketing efforts and amplify your reach. It’s not a quick fix, but it’s one of the best investments you can make.
The single most powerful tool to grow your business is storytelling. Ironically, in this world where technology offers us unlimited information, people are starved for true, authentic stories.
Your story is unique, and no matter who you are, you’ve got something in your story that can help people. Inside you, there is story that is relatable, shows who you are and speaks to universal emotions.
Entrepreneurs today are obsessed with leveraging the latest digital tool to grow their businesses. Sites like Product Hunt launch new applications daily. Everyone with the promise to “double your revenue in a month” or reveal the latest “hack” to get more customers. This is especially true when it comes to outreach strategies. With all the automated tools, virtual assistants, and social media robots out there
“I’m just one person, I don’t have a team around me…” “I’m not very good with technology.” “I’m always on the road and don’t have time…” These are actual quotes we’ve heard from speakers we’ve met on the road and at our own events. They are desperate to scale their message beyond the stage but don’t feel they have the resources or knowledge. Let me