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Booking More Business in Difficult Times

Randy GageGuest Expert:

Randy Gage
(About Randy)

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The Program:

Even in tough times, the need for trainers and speakers continues. But your marketing must compellingly show the value of an investment in you. Let direct marketing expert Randy Gage show you how — even in today’s market — he’s booking keynotes at $15,000 to $25,000, and selling seminars at $10,000 a person.

You’ll learn how to book speeches, spin off consulting contracts and sell product through better marketing. You’ll discover what kind of Web sites work for speakers and consultants, and how to sell your products online. You’ll also learn how to brand yourself as a speaker or consultant, and develop your topics and programs around that branding.

You will learn how to:

  • Create a memorable brand for bureaus and meeting planners
  • Create a “lights out” speaker packet
  • Design your Web site for maximum sales
  • Sell products and seminars online
  • Promote all your products and services with e-zines
  • Be a much more effective marketer

More about our guest expert:

Randy Gage was a high school dropout who began his career as a dishwasher in a pancake house. Now he is a self-made millionaire.

Randy is recognized around the world as the preeminent expert on the direct selling industry. With almost twenty years of experience, Randy has emerged as the most sought-after expert in Network Marketing. His book How to Build a Multilevel Money Machine is the definitive resource in the industry.

His How to Earn At Least $100,000 a Year in Network Marketing album is the number-one selling audiotape series in the industry and his prospecting tape “Escape the Rat Race” has sold over a million copies.

Randy is a frequent guest expert on television and radio, appearing on such shows as Steve Crowley's Money Talk, The Alex Bennet Show, Time Warner Cable Network. He has also been profiled in The Miami Herald, Contra Costa Times, Success magazine, Money Makers Monthly and countless other publications.


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