Available right now as a beta test release, you can download the EventCX app for Windows and Mac and get an icon on your desktop.
Would you like to know how speakers will be booked in the (very near) future?
In this presentation by eSpeakers’ own Dave Reed to the Mountain West chapter of the National Speakers Association (NSA) teaches, he teaches the audience:
- The new third way that getting hired
- How to have a potent presence that pulls in buyers
The Minnesota chapter of the National Speakers Association held a contest recently — the first of its kind. The chapter partnered with eSpeakers to train the chapter members to create an online presence that attracts buyers, and then gave the members four weeks to use their training to make their profiles as good as they can be.
Did the training work? Check out these winners and decide for yourself…
After presenting to new friends at the NSA Minnesota chapter meeting a few weeks ago, I got a followup question asking what the difference is between eSpeakers and a performer directory like Gigmasters or Gigsalad. Should a professional speaker have one or the other? Both?
Last week at IMEX America (one of the largest meetings-related events in the world), I attended three different sessions on the “state of the union for meetings”. I was curious if my speaker friends could look forward to more engagements, or if I should tell them to start tightening their belt.
Want to know what the outlook is?
We are excited to announce that the eSpeakers iPad app has been approved by Apple and is now available in the App store!
The iPad app is free for PRO members, so grab your copy and enjoy this additional way to access your speaking business with eSpeakers.
If you’re not yet a PRO-level member, upgrade with the promo code IPAD and save $99 on your first year of service (good through end of June; choose “annual” billing for the code to work).
What does the eSpeakers iPad app do?
I (Dave) had a great time last Saturday delivering a 2-hour training session to the great folks in the NSA New Orleans chapter. Anytime I can eat red beans and rice and make some new friends is a good day in my book!
If you were at that session, please fill out the short feedback survey here: http://goo.gl/forms/2KCWxF6Gsc