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Paid and “Unpaid” Speaking Engagements

In this enlightening webinar, Jennifer Ellis will uncover the truth about paid and unpaid (or "marketing") speaking engagements. She will also explain how you can find success with every booking – where everyone wins – the speaker, the event planner, and the audience.

Join us and learn how to:
•Successfully negotiate paid speaking engagements
•Make the most out of marketing or “unpaid” speaking engagements (and learn how Jennifer’s clients have created more revenue from “unpaid” gigs than paid ones)
•Discover how to let go of how it “should” be
•Get more visibility through speaking engagements
Recorded May 15 2019 60 mins
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