SpeakerMatch Teleseminar Series
Marketing and Sales Accelerator for Thought-Leading Professionals
The NEXT Level of Success for Speakers, Authors and Experts
Guest: David Newman
This was a 60 minute teleseminar which took place on May 29, 2012 at 12:00 p.m. Central Time
You could be the best speaker in the world, but if no one knows who you are, then you’ll spend your days speaking to no one but yourself! On this call, you will get actionable tools, templates, and strategies to launch – or relaunch – your speaking career toward its next level of success by following the marketing mantra, “Professional Speaker is a skill set, not a job description.”
What Was Covered in This Interview:
- Re-ignite your speaking, consulting, coaching or solo professional practice by building your“thought leadership platform”
- Repackage, reposition, and repurpose existing assets into newly marketable services, products, and programs
- Unlock a steady stream of new prospects, clients, buyers, and audiences who are already seeking solutions to the pains, problems, heartaches, and headaches that you’re brilliant at solving
About Our Guest
David Newman is a marketing expert and founder of Do It! Marketing, a marketing strategy and “done-for-you” services firm dedicated to making thought-leading professionals successful. Free resources including David’s 97-page Strategic Marketing eBook are available online at www.doitmarketing.com. David is also the founder and editor of www.SpeakerCEO.com, the premiere online community for experts who want to speak more profitably. David has worked with over 300 speakers ranging from the brand-new speaker just starting out all the way up to 25-year speaking veterans and half a dozen members of the National Speakers Association CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame. After working with David and his team, speakers at every level generate MORE leads, BETTER prospects, and BIGGER sales.
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