I regularly speak at events worldwide on using social media to grow your business.
Events I speak at include conferences, networking events, specific industry events, awards ceremonies, events hosted by companies for their clients, and exhibitions.
My talks are usually focused on the relationship aspect of social media. I don’t like baffling people with technology. I want them to leave with an understanding of how they can use social media to attract new and returning customers. Social media is about people. That’s what makes it SOCIAL. Yet, a lot of businesses are put off by the technology side. I enjoy showing businesses that it really isn’t that difficult if you focus on your social audience instead.
The feedback is often that audience members have something they can action straight away on social media that will make a real difference to their business. They leave with ideas for content, for finding their target audience and for increasing online conversation with them.
My previous speaking engagements have included the SLCC roadshow, SPARK17 in Lesotho, Africa for ViiV Healthcare, United Bible Societies Conference in Berlin, The Big Social Media Conference in Manchester and the Social Media Summit in Dublin.
The following are examples of keynotes and talks I have delivered previously. All talks can be adapted to the audience and the appropriate subject.
Stop Boring People On Social Media
Let’s be honest…most businesses have a tendency to bore their audience on social media! In this talk, I help the audience explore how to keep their audience entertained and engaged and make them want to come back for more!
Converting Your Audience To Customers
Building a social media audience is one thing. But do you have a plan for how to convert them in to paying customers. I help businesses understand how to take that step from social media audience member to paying customer.
Selling By Not Selling
People don’t go on social media to buy. As a result, businesses push their audience away when they post constant sales messages. I share more about the 80/20 rule of social selling in this talk and how you can sell more by selling less!