E-mail marketing (like all marketing, really) is about building relationships and engagement with your audience. The people who have subscribed to your list are very valuable. These are the people who have “invested” (even if just by giving their e-mail address) into you and your business. If you treat them well… your list members will become your valued customers for a long time.
Michele Scism today talks about events – whether that’s a live one day, or 3 day event, or even a teleseminar or webinar – here are four ways you can make sure that those events and programs get filled – getting those “butts in seats”!
Have you ever put on a teleseminar or webinar hoping to put a whole bunch of new people into a program, and you end up disappointed? Today she walks you through how the numbers work –
For a lot of people, getting the speaking gig seems a lot more difficult than getting on stage and giving that first presentation. In the beginning, you do need time (to make a lot of contacts) and a thick skin (to deal with rejection) to land that very first “gig”. In this post, I’m going to give some tips on ways to book your first presentation.
Are you feeling a little stuck coming up with a topic for your next product or signature speech? Believe me, you are not alone! I think that most people (especially with their *first* product) battle thoughts like “what could I write about that people what to learn?” And… that is absolutely the right question to ask – of course you want to create products that your audience wants…
Happy 4th of July everyone. Today, I’m off celebrating with friends and family – but in honor of the 4th of July, I wanted to write about something important — the quickest way to freedom in your business…
How many people need to be on a preview teleseminar to fill up your online class? This video has the answer.