SpeakerMatch Teleseminar Series
Get Gigs While You Sleep
Ingenious Digital Marketing Ideas from Author of Speaking on the Side
Guest: Jeff Greene
This was a 60 minute teleseminar which took place on September 26, 2013 at 12:00 p.m. Central Time
One of the hardest things about managing a speaking practice is the time it takes to generate quality leads. BUT … you can create a gig-generation system that does the hard work for you, 24/7. You don’t have to spend a lot of money. And, once your system is in place, you definitely won’t have to spend a lot of time. In this interview, digital marketing guru and part-time speaker Jeff Greene will share some of the best speaker marketing ideas from his new book, Speaking on the Side.
What Was Covered in This Interview:
- The digital marketing techniques that are most effective for speakers
- Google Marketing 101
- Pros and cons of the top social media platforms
- Getting prospects to teach you how to market to them
- Secret sites and tools for gig generation
About Our Guest
Jeff Greene is a would-be computer geek, seasoned marketing agency executive, and dot-com-era veteran with 15+ years of experience planning digital and offline marketing programs for companies in nearly every industry. Jeff regularly delivers keynotes and workshops to audiences in the US and Canada about the impact of emerging technology. He’s presented at more than 100 gigs and has gotten paid for a lot of them! Jeff is also a former journalist whose writing has appeared in many blogs and publications. Combining his strengths in writing and speaking, Jeff published his first book, Speaking on the Side (Technology Curve Press), in 2013. A graduate of Rutgers, Jeff lives at the Jersey Shore. Read free samples from the book by visiting http://www.SpeakingOnTheSide.com
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