A couple of house-keeping notes today, as I wanted to make sure you saw a couple of changes I’ve made recently to the site.
First, I’ve added a page that shows the work (and results) I’ve achieved for some of my clients. Since the majority of my work involves consulting and giving clients strategic direction or training, it’s sometimes difficult to explicitly point to results that came directly from my work. That’s why I’m so excited about this page because it gives you as prospective clients a clear and simple way to see the exact results I’ve gotten for clients, as well as giving you a better sense of the exact type of work I do with clients. The page currently includes overviews and results from my work on projects with clients including Dell, Cision, Adobe and Paper.li. These pages also give you a nice overview of the type of work I do, everything from building customer advisory panels and brand ambassador programs to helping companies create amazing conferences and webinars. I’ll be adding to this page over time, and if you would like to see the work and results I’ve achieved for companies like yours, click here.
Second, I’ve adopted a “I will speak for free at your event” policy. In general, if your have a public event, I will waive my speaking fee and speak for free, as long as you cover my travel, hotel and expenses. Obviously, I can’t accept every offer, but if you have an event planned for the Fall or Spring of 2018 that focuses on digital, brand advocacy, social media, content marketing, please email me and let’s see if it’s a fit. If I agree to speak at your event, your only cost will be my travel and expenses. I’ve already gotten a few inquiries from posting this on Twitter, so please move quickly to secure your spot!
So if you’re interested in working with me or having me speak at your event for free, please email me. I’ve disabled comments just for this post so those of you who have questions can email me. Thank you!