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On June’s WSA #SpeakerChat Roxanne Carne joined us to share her insight into how to look your best for speaking and media engagements. During this chat with Roxanne we learned: why your image is so important when speaking what basics you need to have in your wardrobe top styling tips when preparing for a speaking engagement and so much more… Please watch the video and share with us...
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On this month’s WSA #SpeakerChat Wendyy Bailey joined us to share her insight into how to turn your followers into fans to create a consistent cash flow. During this chat with Wendyy we learned: what it means to have an authentic marketing voice how to find your authentic marketing voice what the ‘instruments of influence are and why they are important 3 cash flow strategies beyond...
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During this interview on our March 7, 2017 #SpeakerChat on Facebook LIVE, Deb Coman shares her insights on Content Marketing Strategy for Speakers. Below you’ll find a summary of the content we covered as well as our video interview. Deb’s definition of content marketing strategy is a comprehensive approach to creating, sharing, and repurposing information that provides value,...
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Which is more important to you, having services that are easy for you to sell or that are easy for your prospective clients to buy? Think about it….. When you share what services you offer, do people get it? Is it a resounding Yes that is something I’d be interested in , “How Do I get Started” or do they look at you blankly as they really have no idea what it is you...
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Branding and image are vital to your reputation as a speaker and business person Once you’ve invested in your website address and developing your website, you have a specific domain name that people search for and you want a branded email address to match it. It gives your business another impression with your prime prospects and shows that you’re serious about your business. A common mistake...
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When someone says something positive about your expertise publicly two things happen. First, you get instant credibility. That word of mouth endorsement is automatically valued by those who hear or see it. Secondly, you feel all warm and fuzzy about yourself and the person who made the comment. When others receive these third party endorsements of you, you become known as someone they need to...
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