SpeakerMatch Teleseminar Series
STOP Speaking for Free
Making Money with Webinars
Guest: Lee Salz
This was a 60 minute teleseminar which took place on June 17, 2010 at 12:00 p.m. Central Time
The right to free speech was never meant to prohibit experts from generating income through speaking. Yet, many speakers seem to interpret "free speech" as a mandate to give away their specialized expertise for free, with exposure as their only compensation. And, exposure doesn't pay the bills. This interview with Lee Salz, Stop Speaking For Free! The Ultimate Guide to Making Money with Webinars, positions you to get paid for your expertise by delivering attendee-funded webinars. Your presentation may be virtual, but the dollars are real!
What Was Covered in This Interview:
- How to deliver attendee-funded webinars
- Keys to selecting saleable content
- The biggest disconnect between speakers and their prospective registrants
- Key considerations in selecting a title for your webinar
- How to structure the description of your attendee-funded webinar
- and much more...
About Our Guest
Lee B. Salz is the recognized authority on attendee-funded webinars. He has helped hundreds of speakers, consultants, and trainers stop giving their content away for free and make money delivering attendee-funded webinars. Lee launched Business Expert Webinars as a means to connect speakers with virtual audiences and real dollars. In addition to Stop Speaking for Free!, Lee is also the author of the award-winning book Soar Despite Your Dodo Sales Manager and a featured columnist with both Sales and Marketing Management and SalesforceXP magazines. He's been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Dallas Morning News, MSNBC, Selling Power Magazine, Training Magazine, and many other leading media publications.
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