July 28, 2015
Listen to host Craig Price give his session “Podcasting Your Influence: Using Podcasts to Share Your Expertise”. On Sunday, June 19th, Craig presented at the National Speaker’s Association. The theme of the day was Celebrity Sunday and Craig harnessed his 4 and a half years of podcasting into a 1 hour presentation. It was a packed house with people sitting on the floor and along the front of the stage! This new and custom made program just for this event was a hit and full of content. Thanks to the staff of the National Speakers Association for allowing Craig to share this with his podcast listeners.
With the steady growth over the last decade, more and more speakers are learning how to spread their influence through podcasting. You will learn the ins and outs of podcastings, how to include a podcast into your current marketing plan and ways to make your podcast more engaging. Veteran podcast host and producer Craig Price will not only show you how his podcast became an integral part of his marketing but also how you can too. Don’t miss this chance to use the perfect medium for a speaker!
All the sessions at this year’s Influence 2015 audio recordings are now available!
APP BONUS: Craig shares his slides for you to follow along as you listen.
July 21, 2015
Meg Bucaro (@MegBucaro on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss women and confidence. Craig likes to consider himself a feminist but knows full well the issues with mansplaining confidence to women. Thankfully, his friend and speaker Meg Bucaro helps Craig discuss things like why women feel the pressure to do it all, Meg and Craig’s dueling theories of “Superwoman Syndrome” and the “Myth of Should”, why “no” is such a freeing word and how Meg most certainly is NOT getting divorced and how she loves her in-laws (Sounds like a definite suck-up situation being played out on the podcast!).
Meg can be found at her self-titled website http://megbucaro.com
July 14, 2015
Alan Stevens (@mediacoach on twitter) joins host Craig Price to talk about online reputation management. Even if you don’t think you have much of a reputation or that no one is following you on social media, they are. A simple tweet can spiral out of control and become a reputation nightmare. Alan and Craig discuss posting online and in forums, how important the delete key is, when to engage in debate and for how long as well as Craig’s annoyance with the news including viewer’s tweets in stories. They also get into how large corporations react to negative publicity online as well as how small business can respond to complaints without creating a major media firestorm.
Alan Stevens can be found at http://www.mediacoach.co.uk/ and you can listen to Craig discuss being flexible in business on Alan’s internet radio show