You're website is the best place for you to start promoting your live event. In this post, I recommend 8 places in your existing internet real estate for you to get the most exposure for your event. Check it out!
As an event coach, I am like a cross between Yoda and Mary Poppins. My job is to not only guide you and help give you direction, but also take the pressure off and make your event planning adventure as seamless as possible.So when I work with a client I walk them through a process I like to call the 3Ps of Profitable Live Event Planning.
Every now and again I like to check in with friends and co-workers and ask "How do you see me? What do see are my strengths?" And I'm always amazed at what they say. Not that I don't believe them, but some of the comments are so insightful and helpful for me to here. My Pastor always says that we should not be controlled by what others say about you or how they see you, but we should be aware.
Selling is a numbers game. And selling out an event is no different. With the speed of social media, the bombardment of emails to our inboxes, and the clutter of the online marketplace, breaking through the noise so that your event marketing message reaches the right people is primarily about strategy and planning.
To grow a profitable, recognizable brand you must come from behind the screen to meet your audience. Online training gurus will not tell you this but I’m hear to uncover the hype we’ve come to believe about online trainings particularly for coaches and consultants. So this week I’d like to share five reasons I believe events are flat out better than online trainings and why you need them in your coaching business.