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How To Leverage Your NO FEE Speaking Presentations

How To Leverage Your NO FEE Speaking Presentations

How To Leverage Your NO FEE Speaking Presentations
Speakers are often asked to take “no fee” presentations. Sometimes, speaking without a paid monetary fee can make good sense as a strategic marketing activity. Quick sidebar tip... Avoid using the words “FREE presentation” or “speak for FREE”... Instead, use the language “no fee engagement”. Even if there is no fee, there are many ways to leverage no fee speaking presentations and conferences.

Video Opportunities for No Fee Speaking Engagements:

As a speaker, ask the organizer if you can video record your presentation. They may ask that you avoid capturing the audience members or only capture the back of peoples’ heads. You can sort these details out with the organizer.
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Get Paid to Speak: How corporate sponsorship can help you generate more income and impact

Get Paid to Speak

Get Paid to Speak: How corporate sponsorship can help you generate more income and impact

Getting paid to speak is often a challenge that we hear about from speakers.

When conference organizers have no or low budgets, speakers feel their expertise is not valued. They often have their fee negotiated to next to nothing.

Thankfully, there are many strategies to overcome this challenge. Speakers CAN be paid to speak!

In this article, we'll explore how collaborating with companies and corporate sponsors can bring you your full speaking fee, plus more.

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Sponsorship for Speakers Made Easy!

Sponsorship for Speakers Made Easy!

Sponsorship for Speakers Made Easy!

For speakers, keynoters, and seminar leaders who are serious about growing their speaking business through collaboration, sponsorship funds, and influence, one the first few things you must have clarity around is the value that you bring to the sponsor (and their audience).

Clarifying the Speaker/Sponsor Relationship:

When corporate sponsors invest time, in-kind contributions, and sponsorship funding or dollars into your big dreams and projects, they are looking to get return on investment.

You see, sponsorship is a marketing relationship where the sponsor is helping you (e.g. contributing cash and other resources or products to your projects), but you are also helping them.

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Google Alerts: Who’s Talking About Your Brand?

Google Alerts

​I​f you aren't using Google Alerts to find out who’s talking about you, your brand, or your dream sponsors, it’s time to start today! Are you using Google Alerts to…

  • See where you are appearing in the online world?
  • Find out about speaking opportunities?
  • See where your book(s) are being mentioned?

We use this tool daily to find out about media and speaking opportunities, find reviews on our books, and locate where we are being quoted or appearing on blogger or media sites.

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