Generally, we don’t do packages. We customize everything. We believe every person and every message are unique. We make an exception for speakers.
Speakers are treated as packages. You must have a certain set of information, presented in a standard way, in order to receive the attention of those who book speakers. It’s just the way the business is. So, we respond by suggesting – and it’s only a suggestion – some packages that are structured to do the job for you.
Here’s what we’ve come up with:
Write My Blog
Search engines love blogs – so do your readers. They want to learn more about you before booking you to speak; they want to learn more about you after they’ve heard you speak.
As an author – and a speaker when I get a chance – I would love to write your blog.
We can agree on topics in advance – either from a list you generate or from one I put together. We’ll agree on a tone and a style that fits your image. I’ll send you a couple blog posts to review and then I’ll make revisions until we’ve got the formula right. Then I’ll take it from there – including posting individual blog posts to your website if you’d like.
We charge $25 per post.
Do My Website
Organizations need speakers – those who book speakers need information. The easiest way for you to provide that information to them is to post it on your website. Strangely, that’s also the easiest way for them to access it.
A basic speaker website includes the following:
- Your bio
- Pics of you
- Audio and video files of you in action
- Your Q&A featuring the ten or so questions you’d like to be asked and your highly-quotable answers
- Your contact information
- Your blog
- Information about your book(s) if you have them
We’ll create this basic website for you for about $700 – you provide the content, images, audio and visual files.
If you need help with the content, we charge about another $200 to provide finished content from your scribbles and email answers to our questions.
If you need more help or want a more elaborate website, let’s talk. Remember, we also provide e-newsletters for serious speakers who are building their communities.