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5 Ways to Maximize Social Media during Live Events

Over the past 4 years of attending Lisa’s events I’ve found one of the biggest benefits is the connections you make. From fellow attendees, to sponsors, presenters and special event guests, I’ve built lifelong connections that are priceless. I’ve been happy to to help take these connections to the next level by using social media to stay in touch and maximize networking even after I’ve left the event. The biggest hurdle for maximizing this powerful networking opportunity is getting ready for the event, and I’m not just talking about packing your bag. I'm talking about shaking off those pre-event jitters; having your business card ready; AND ensuring your phone is ready to rock social media! You with me? Let’s do this! As you get ready to head to Speak-to-Sell Live, here’s some things you can do right now. Let’s get the fun started!   #1 Join the Facebook Community The party starts here! Join the official Facebook event by following these simple steps:

  1. Register your ticket for Speak-to-Sell Live
  2. Jump over to the Facebook event that we created specifically for Speak-to-Sell
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What to Sell When You Speak

A lot of people ask me what they should sell in various speaking environments—or what they should do if they're told they can’t sell at all. I’m going to make this decision super easy for you, so that you can start getting the right tools together and be ready for any situation. Directly from our "Leveraged Progression Plan for Speakers" here is what to offer in three different speaking scenarios: 3-speaking-scenarios When You Can’t Sell, Give, Give, Give If you only have 30 minutes or less to speak, that’s generally not enough time to develop and deliver an effective Irresistible Offer™. So if you don’t have enough time to give a solid talk, or if you’ve been told that you can’t sell at all, what you want to do, instead, is give, give, give, and collect leads to connect with later. To collect those leads, you can do a raffle or a drawing for one of your products or services—which gives you the opportunity to unabashedly promote the prize, since you have to let them know what they could win. You can ... More

 

Creating An Online Digital Product? Do This First…

Contributed by Eben Pagan Over the past 15 years, I've built more than a dozen online businesses, all of which used digital products (ebooks, DVDs, MP3s, online Membership Sites, etc.) to deliver my teaching. In the process of building these products, I've discovered a set of critical elements that must be done right, and in the right order, if you want to succeed. If you get all of these elements right and in the right order, you have success. If you get even ONE of them wrong, it can cause you to fail. I call this the "Critical Path Of Success." 3-speaking-scenarios-1 Imagine a car. Now imagine all the things that must work in order for the car to work. First, the battery must work. Then, the engine must work. Then the transmission. The wheels and tires. The electrical system. The gas pedal and so on... If ANY of these elements doesn't work, the entire car doesn't work. And just like a car, if any of the key elements in your Critical Path doesn't work, your entire business doesn't work! Now when it comes to building a ... More

 

Episode 38 – How To Use WordPress To Build Your Online Presence

One of the principles of building a brand and presence online is having your own “home base” on the web. It’s where people go to find you, your products or services, and most importantly - it’s entirely within YOUR control (unlike Facebook, Twitter, etc.). On this episode of Boost Your Sales and Lifestyle, Lisa talks with Christina Hills, an expert at helping people establish their own web presence by teaching them how to use Wordpress to build an incredible and functional website. If you don’t have your own web presence you need the info Christina shares on this website.   You CAN learn how to use Wordpress to quickly build your own website. There are lots of ways to build a website these days. You probably see the commercials for different services all the time. But the fact is that the most popular and most widely used website creation tool is Wordpress. It’s a simple and free interface you can use to build the basic “bones” of any website. And with templated themes you can easily create a professional looking website in record ... More

 

Episode 37 – Grow Your List Through Social Media Marketing

This season’s theme is all about expanding your reach by getting your work online! On today’s show, we’re exploring one of the most powerful interviews from my Automated Income Secrets training series. My guest Nathan Kievman will be giving us the low-down on the best social media platforms and strategies to grow your list with people form your target market, plus how to nurture and convert those leads. Are you ready to get Sassy with me? Let’s dive in!   Nathan is a highly sought after digital strategist, speaker and social media consultant and trainer. Nathan works with thought leaders, universities, big companies and marketing companies. He has spent 2 years figuring out how to generate quality leads for his consulting practice. The value they provide is from the strategy they teach, not so much from the tactics. He would get 300-700 people from LinkedIn from free calls he was doing. Here’s Nathan’s favorite way to describe the social media platforms:

  • Facebook – The cocktail party, the social conversation.
  • Twitter – The bathroom, the short conversation.
  • LinkedIn – The boardroom, where professionals
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