DE from North Carolina asks: Should I send my speaker marketing packet to meeting planners, even if it wasn’t requested?
PA from New York writes: Which is the better option for my website? A ‘Contact Us’ form or including contact info (email and phone) on the site. Do I need to worry about spam?
The Blog Send SP email or mail CH from Arizona writes: “We are curious about your thoughts on Speakers Packets: which is better? Print and mail? Or send electronically? Or both?”
Your website is likely to be the first stop a meeting planner will make when they want to learn more about your presentations. Ensure your site is easy to FIND and NAVIGATE. Does your website do double or triple duty? …
Gone are the days of mailing unsolicited speakers packets. It is too costly, especially considering that unsolicited materials generally end up in the garbage. So what is the best method for marketing your presentations to meeting planners?