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It's about providing value for your client, even when you can't be the one on their stage. Even though you're not their presenter this time, you can still help the meeting be a success by referring speakers you know who would do ''almost'' as good a job as you would.
 
It's about providing value for your client, even when you can't be the one on their stage. Even though you're not their presenter this time, you can still help the meeting be a success by referring speakers you know who would do ''almost'' as good a job as you would.
  
Referring your speaker friends through SpeakerShare is great:
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Everyone benefits when you refer your speaker friends through SpeakerShare:
 
*Take care of your customer even when you're not speaking for them
 
*Take care of your customer even when you're not speaking for them
 
*The attractive shortlist email makes it easy for your client to evaluate your recommendations
 
*The attractive shortlist email makes it easy for your client to evaluate your recommendations
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5%, via Stripe.
 
5%, via Stripe.
  
When a speaker is hired on the eSpeakers Marketplace, the platform collects the fee from the buyer. The eSpeakers platform uses industry leader Stripe.com to process payments from buyers, collect commissions (like yours!) and send the balance to the speaker who is performing the services.  
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When you hire a speaker on the eSpeakers Marketplace, the platform collects the fee from the buyer. The eSpeakers platform uses industry leader Stripe.com to process payments from buyers, collect commissions (like yours!) and send the balance to the speaker who is performing the services.  
  
Many speakers already have a Stripe account attached to their bank account and registered with eSpeakers, so that they can receive payments from event organizers. If you don't already have this set up, [https://www.espeakers.com/share/account/payment you can do it now]. Your Stripe account is free and makes it easy to get your commissions directly into your bank account.
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Many speakers already have a Stripe account attached to their bank account and registered with eSpeakers, so that they can receive payments from event organizers. If you don't already have this setup, [https://www.espeakers.com/share/account/payment you can do it now]. Your Stripe account is free and makes it easy to get your commissions directly into your bank account.
  
 
When an event organizer you referred speakers to hires and pays one of them through the platform, your commission will be deposited into your Stripe account, and from them into your bank account. It's automatic, and you never have to ask, "So, um...where's my money, buddy?"
 
When an event organizer you referred speakers to hires and pays one of them through the platform, your commission will be deposited into your Stripe account, and from them into your bank account. It's automatic, and you never have to ask, "So, um...where's my money, buddy?"
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==What if I don't want a commission?==
 
==What if I don't want a commission?==
  
Currently, the platform always pays you a commission on applicable hires. You can always donate the income to your favorite charity, buy the speaker you referred a new iPad for their birthday, or send lavish gifts to the staff at eSpeakers.
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Currently, the platform always pays you a commission on applicable hires. You can donate the income to your favorite charity, buy a new iPad for the speaker you referred's birthday, or send lavish gifts to the staff at eSpeakers.
  
  
 
==What happens if the event organizer doesn't pay their speaker through the platform?==
 
==What happens if the event organizer doesn't pay their speaker through the platform?==
  
If the event organizer hires one of your recommended speakers, but does not pay them through the eSpeakers platform, then eSpeakers receives no part of the transaction and so cannot pass anything along to you. There are instances where the event organizer pays the speaker directly, outside of the platform, and later eSpeakers is able to collect the commission by invoicing the speaker. If we're able to collect the commission, that way, we pass it on to you.
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If the event organizer hires one of your recommended speakers but does not pay them through the eSpeakers platform, then eSpeakers receives no part of the transaction and so cannot pass anything along to you. There are instances where the event organizer pays the speaker directly, outside of the platform, and later eSpeakers can collect the commission by invoicing the speaker. If we're able to collect the commission, that way, we pass it on to you.
  
 
Encourage the speakers you refer and the event organizers to complete the transaction and pay on the eSpeakers platform. It provides transparency and security for all the parties, and makes sure you get paid!
 
Encourage the speakers you refer and the event organizers to complete the transaction and pay on the eSpeakers platform. It provides transparency and security for all the parties, and makes sure you get paid!

Revision as of 14:09, 20 March 2019

The SpeakerShare referral program gives you a great way to help event organizers who trust you by referring speakers you trust for their meeting.
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It's about providing value for your client, even when you can't be the one on their stage. Even though you're not their presenter this time, you can still help the meeting be a success by referring speakers you know who would do almost as good a job as you would.

Everyone benefits when you refer your speaker friends through SpeakerShare:

  • Take care of your customer even when you're not speaking for them
  • The attractive shortlist email makes it easy for your client to evaluate your recommendations
  • Don't worry about asking for a cut; your 5% commission is collected automatically when your client pays one of the speakers you referred through the platform


How does SpeakerShare work?

Share-sharer-four-step.pngSpeakerShare lets you leverage the convenience of the eSpeakers catalog to refer speakers you know for meetings you know about.

  1. An event organizer you know needs a speaker for a meeting.
  2. You log in to SpeakerShare and enter basic information about the event organizer and the meeting, and assign one or more speakers you know would do a good job.
  3. The event organizer receives your recommendations in an attractive email and does their research to make a selection
  4. When the event organizer hires a speaker (one of your recommendations or any other speaker on eSpeakers) and pays them through the platform, your commission gets deposited in your bank account, automatically.


How do I refer speakers to my event organizer clients?

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Every time you know about a meeting that needs a speaker -- and it's not a fit for you -- take 2 minutes to help the event organizer by referring speakers you know who would do a good job.
  1. If you are a speaker with an account on eSpeakers, you're already registered for SpeakerShare. Sign in with your existing eSpeakers username and password »
  2. Enter the speaking need on a short form, including the name of the event organizer, their email and phone number, and some basic details about the meeting that needs a speaker (date, location, topic area).
  3. Select up to 6 speakers you know who would do a good job and add them to the referral, or let eSpeakers staff make the picks.
  4. Add a short personal note to the event organizer.
  5. The SpeakerShare program puts together a beautiful HTML email with your recommendations and your message and sends it to the event organizer.
    • Each speaker in the email is clickable to their full eSpeakers profile, which can include video, social media, recommendations, etc.
    • There's also a collaborator tool that lets the event organizer send your suggestions to others on their team and collects private feedback the event organizer can use to narrow down their selection.


A detailed guide is available on this guide to referring on SpeakerShare in 60 seconds »

How much commission do I get, and how?

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5%, via Stripe.

When you hire a speaker on the eSpeakers Marketplace, the platform collects the fee from the buyer. The eSpeakers platform uses industry leader Stripe.com to process payments from buyers, collect commissions (like yours!) and send the balance to the speaker who is performing the services.

Many speakers already have a Stripe account attached to their bank account and registered with eSpeakers, so that they can receive payments from event organizers. If you don't already have this setup, you can do it now. Your Stripe account is free and makes it easy to get your commissions directly into your bank account.

When an event organizer you referred speakers to hires and pays one of them through the platform, your commission will be deposited into your Stripe account, and from them into your bank account. It's automatic, and you never have to ask, "So, um...where's my money, buddy?"


What if I don't want a commission?

Currently, the platform always pays you a commission on applicable hires. You can donate the income to your favorite charity, buy a new iPad for the speaker you referred's birthday, or send lavish gifts to the staff at eSpeakers.


What happens if the event organizer doesn't pay their speaker through the platform?

If the event organizer hires one of your recommended speakers but does not pay them through the eSpeakers platform, then eSpeakers receives no part of the transaction and so cannot pass anything along to you. There are instances where the event organizer pays the speaker directly, outside of the platform, and later eSpeakers can collect the commission by invoicing the speaker. If we're able to collect the commission, that way, we pass it on to you.

Encourage the speakers you refer and the event organizers to complete the transaction and pay on the eSpeakers platform. It provides transparency and security for all the parties, and makes sure you get paid!