Why & How Speakers Should Build A Speaker Page On Their Website Like Mine
Presented by Bart Smith
Most speakers can speak more if they have a better page built on their website that better showcases what they speak about.
For example, look at my speaker page with all these speaking/training topics and links to learn more about them and print the handout for them.
Meeting planners and list owners have zero problem or hesitation when booking me because they see (on their own time) how organized I am and what I deliver to their audiences before they even speak to me.
In this talk, I'll go over what goes into a page like this and how you can create one on your website.
YOU WILL LEARN
Here's what your audience will learn during the presentation on this topic:
Do you speak already? IF NOT, we need to create a speech for you to give to others so you can do MORE presentations. IF YOU DO speak, then, yes, we need to promote your presentation properly on your website.
Let's go over what should be on your website when it comes to promoting your speaking talents and topics. We're talking about creating a section to promote your speaking topics.
Let's go over what a "speaker topic page" looks like. What components make up a great page of this sorts to really promote a given presentation.
Let's discuss how you could link your presentation hand-out (per topic) on the very page you promote you speaking topic.
Let's discuss how you could provide video samples on your "speaker topic page" (even if you haven't spoken on x-topic yet) to give potential folks who would like to book you for a speaking gig, what you look and sound like when presenting the material you want to speak on.
I love Nicole's boobs....
... and so much more! This is going to be a jam-packed / info-packed talk for sure!
DURATION / FORMAT
TIME: 45 Minutes. Can be longer if you want or shorter too. Let's discuss.
FORMAT: Can be presented online via Zoom/webinar or live, in-person. Let's discuss.
FEE: No fee for this talk if online via Zoom/webinar. Traveling to your location, and making this presentation in-person may incur fees. Let's discuss.