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The Education of a Late-Adopter Blogger | Main | Addendum to How to Get a Standing Ovation » January 18, 2006 How to Get a Standing Ovation When I started public speaking in about 1986, I was deathly afraid of public speaking--for one thing, working for the division run by Steve Jobs was hugely intimidating: How could you possibly compete with Steve? Read More] Tracked on February 01, 2006 at 12:53 PM » Fad from iphotings Blog Now now, ripping cds to iPods is not Fair Use, says RIAA.

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How should Your Business Catch the Video Wave?

Dave Paradi's PowerPoint Blog

Creating an entertainment video is akin to creating an award winning advertisement for your business – very difficult to do, possibly very expensive and probably not that relevant to the bottom line. Videos are the hottest trend today on the Internet. From YouTube.com who reports that over 100 million videos are watched every month to Internet giants like Google and Yahoo who have been heavily investing in their video search applications, everyone wants to get on the video bandwagon.

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The CEO as Chief Public Speaker

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It might offer you free publicity to get your message out with far more credibility than advertising. The Many Roles of the CEO • Leader and Chief Role Model • Corporate Culture Setter • Chief Marketing Person • Chief Sales Person • Chief Mapmaker • Chief Trust Builder • Chief Public Speaker If you are the CEO of your organization Your staff, the industry and the public are watching you. When you hide we wonder why? What might you be hiding?

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Media Disruptor David Lat Joins New York Office of Lateral Link as Managing Director

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In 2006, he founded that digital native news site to position and package just about anything related to legal in a fresh way. Lateral Link had been ATL's first advertiser.

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Improve Your Storytelling Presentation Skills and Get Your Ideas Adopted

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For me, it was 2006. I couldn’t pinpoint why there was a dramatic shift towards environmental consciousness at the time until I realized it coincided with Al Gore’s climate change documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, which was released on May 24, 2006.

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Counter Global Economy, PR Networks Grow in Revenues, Membership

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million in 2006. Public relations is thriving because its promotion is indirect, unlike advertising. Writers, time to stop having reservations about careers in public relations.    In the June 2009 edition of O'DWYER'S PR REPORT, Jon Gingerich tells us that both total revenues and memberships are up up up for three of the four worldwide PR networks.    Those three are WorldCom Public Relations, IPREX, and PRGN. 

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How to Change the World: The 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint

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Read More] Tracked on January 01, 2006 at 03:05 PM » Guy Kawasaki blogging from evilzenscientist :: thoughts Guy Kawasaki (author of such titles as Selling the Dream - another must read book) has a new blog. Read More] Tracked on January 01, 2006 at 03:46 PM » Guy Kawasaki on PowerPoint from Kam VedBrat Guy Kawasaki makes some interesting comments on PowerPoint presentations he sees on a regular basis. Read More] Tracked on January 22, 2006 at 10:49 AM » PPT???10/20/30??

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Gimmicks in Speaking - in Toastmasters and Real-Life

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Gimmicks in advertising, music, movie-making, even teaching school, make for an attention grabbing situation. In 2006 - my own gimmick of getting the audience to stand and yell with me probably stood out to many as just that. What's a gimmick?

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Intersection of Court of Public Opinion, Court of Law - Sherwin-Williams and Lead Paint

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Yet, not long after, Sherwin-Williams published an advertisement promoting lead paint for residential use. I had blogged the Rhode Island lead paint trial (November 1, 2005 - February 22, 2006). Sherwin-Williams and its legal team at Jones Day likely knew it was coming. The "it" is the filing of lead paint public nuisance lawsuits by other municipalities when it looked like the U.S. Supreme Court would refuse to review its conviction in Santa Clara, California.

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Ben Casnocha: The Blog: So You Want to Get on the Speaking Circuit.

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I Owe it All to Toastmasters

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I joined (Metro TM, Salt Lake City) to make friends, to improve my skills (I was in advertising sales at the time), and basically to feed my ego. I owe it all to Toastmasters. The first time I heard the word ''Toastmasters'' was in debate class in the 10th grade.

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Great Lessons from a Green Conference

DeFinis Communications

When Dev Patnaik, author of Wired to Care , first took the stage, I was shocked by his resemblance to the “PC” character from Apple’s clever advertising chain. Another speaker, Andrew Winston , is a best-selling author ( Green to Gold , 2006) and successful green business pioneer.

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$5 Off

The Communication Blog

Categories: Advertising , Media Literacy , store coupons 0comments: Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Loading. 11.29.2010 $5 Off $5 Off The $5 off coupon and the large percentage reductions provide good examples of media literacy and its relevance to everyday living. Increasingly we see coupons for saving money at the various stores. One such one is Bed Bath & Beyond. The coupon says “$5 off any purchase of $15 or more.&#

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Salaries

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This cost pushes up the cost for advertising. The high cost of advertising pushes up the price of the products the teacher, nurse, dentist, and all the others purchase. 8.15.2010 Salaries One measure of an ailing society has to be the large gap between the salaries of normal people working in education, science, and government and television performers. For example, the median elementary school teacher salary is $50,590.

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Creating Passionate Users: Give users a Hollywood ending

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Posted by Kathy on August 16, 2006 | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Give users a Hollywood ending : » Citizen Evangelist Link Post 2006-08-17 from Citizen Evangelist A good citizen is well read.

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The Communication Blog: Communication Strategies: Recognize.

The Communication Blog

Consider, for example, the differences in meaning that exist for words such as religion to a born-again Christian and an atheist and lunch to an Indonesian rice farmer and a Madison Avenue advertising executive. 1.30.2011 Communication Strategies: Recognize Differences Intercultural communication is facilitated when we recognize differences simply as differences, not as inferior ways of doing things or as out-dated, but simply as different.

Conversation

The Communication Blog

So, while we're at it, I guess I'll advertise my hydroponics stores in Hungary a bit. 10.23.2009 Annoying Phrases Heres an interesting little graphic bit from USAToday--the most annoying phrases in conversation.

How to Start Speaking at Events | chrisbrogan.com

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90% of all marketing are done by advertising agencies, and I don't see them switching their strategies anytime soon to embrace (especially) inbound marketing as the strategy and not an add-on to the strategy.

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The Art of Butts in Chairs | chrisbrogan.com

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I try not to bury folks in advertising for it, but I’m very clear about my ask. chrisbrogan.com Home About Speaking Rockstars Newsletters Contact Best Of The Art of Butts in Chairs March 20, 2009 · Comments I run a series of conferences.

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Make Better Presentations - The Anatomy of a Good Speech | chrisbrogan.com

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chrisbrogan.com Home About Speaking Rockstars Newsletters Contact Best Of Make Better Presentations - The Anatomy of a Good Speech February 23, 2009 · Comments You deserve some great tools, so I’d like to share what I’ve been working on.

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Esteem and the Media

The Communication Blog

Of course, the reason for the medias emphasis on intensity (and we see this in new shows, advertisements, and just about any media product) is obvious. 6.19.2010 Relationship and Work Esteem In my attempt to integrate media literacy into my communication textbooks, Ive been working on the ways in which the media influences our view of interpersonal relationships (close relationships and workplace relationships). Here is an initial formulation of just one aspect of this influence.

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Market Your Book with a Movie Trailer

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Upping the Ante The Book Standard enlisted Bantam Dell to fund its 2006 Book Video Awards contest for film students. 2006 Sallie Goetsch - Author-izer and Collabowriter Sallie Goetsch specializes in turning busy professionals into authors.

How to Successfully Moderate a Conference Panel, A Comprehensive Guide " Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing

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Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang Home Popular Posts About Contact Subscribe via RSS Connect with Jeremiah: twitter friendfeed linkedin flickr technorati Connect with Jeremiah on twitter Ripple 6 says the timing of my report is off [link] Ive observed most vendors are optomistic, brands the opposite.

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Nick R Thomas - A Public Speaker's Blog: The Great Catch-Up Part 6

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I had previously spoken to them in September 2006 and this time they had asked for my talk about Groucho Marx. My thanks to Moya for once again giving me a lift back to Havant , where I was amused to note that a local speaker's list was advertising one of my talks as being about 'Dorothy Parker and the Width (sic) of the Algonquin Round Table'.

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Free Book Publicity

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Copyright 2006 by Harriet Hodgson www.harriethodgson.com [link] Charli Jane Speaker Services P.O.

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Designing Choreographies for the New Economy of Attention

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Richard Lanham makes the argument that the ability to summon and maintain attention is the most valuable commodity in contemporary digital culture [ Lanham 2006 ]. the advertisement does not simply support the product), but the fluff itself becomes the commodity.

Speaking Business

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MEMBERS LOGIN Home SPEAKER SERVICES Speaker services Membership info Proposal generator Profile listing service Coaching services Video trailer ads Interview transcripts Teleclasses Online shop MEETING PLANNERS Planner services Find a speaker RESOURCES FAQs about CJ Free articles Useful links TOOLS Subscribe to eZine Search this site GENERAL INFO About us Testimonials Advertising with us Wendis blog Contact us Its a business by Sheryl Roush Published Article appearing in PROFESSIONAL SPEAKER, January/February 2006 The Official Magazine of the National Speakers Association PIP: Program Inspired Products -How to generate program-related products as a way of building passive income Have you ever considered creating a product FOR an event that has residual selling? Theres nothing like an upcoming speaking engagement to inspire creating product to have available for purchase at that program! We hear it so often said in the NSA family to use the skills we have, utilize our expertise. Some of the best advice Ive heard in our industry is to: Have products that support your topic; speak ONLY on topics on which you have product; and Leverage presentations. How do we put those sage tips into practice? Jim Cathcart, CSP, CPAE, Cavett Award recipient coined a phrase, MLOT Money Left On Table. Meaning to maximize every presentation, whether is be with follow-up coaching, products, subscriptionsHis advice is well founded, in that each of us CAN add more value to the talk  whether a coach, trainer, or keynoter. After all, this IS a business! Dottie Walters, CSP, refers to add-ons as accessorizing. What if your accessories became customized to that audience? When I think about my upcoming presentations, I look at the event not through my eyes as the speaker, but from the ATTENDEEs eyes. What are their needs? Their challenges? Their issues? How can who I am, and what I bring, truly serve them? This comes through in the message, as well as the support-after-the-program. Ask yourself these questions: What item(s) or resource(s) will best serve the attendee during/after/well-after the program? What do they really need? Address the challenge/issue. How do they need to receive it? What form of media (visual/auditory/kinesthetic)? What will it require of me to create it for them? How can I add value and take-away benefit? New Years Eve 2004, I started working my next book in the Sparkle-Tudes Series (Creating Sparkling Attitudes), researching quotations about love. One of my bureaus booked me to keynote close an upcoming womens health symposium for 2,500 attendees  yes, specifically women, my favorite audience, and closing to a well-known celebrity actress (Geena Davis, of Thelma and Louise and the hit new TV series Commander in Chief). The symposiums senior event planner, along with the convention centers senior event manager, both recent CMP designation recipients as awarded through our meeting partner alliance, Meeting Professional International, brainstormed the theme for the February 12 date, and created Heart of A Woman. My closing presentation entitled Worthiness of Woman addressed self-esteem, who we are today as women and brought the day to a finish. Why not have the book ready and released for this event, only one month away! Is it possible? (I remember Pam Lontos, CSP, saying it is!) I set the target goal (book delivery date), and back-tracked it on the calendar (printing dates, artwork deadlines). I emailed to fellow NSAers, authors and friends with the invitation to submit their original, or favorite, quotations. Poems starting coming in, then a few short stories. Tapping into the symposium theme, and with full permission (and excitement) of the event creators, I adopted "Heart of A Woman" for the title of my book. In just 21 days from original conception, the book was compiled, designed, and put to press to ensure the event release date. How can you do this? Have a vision, do the homework, use your skills, and tap into the brilliance of others (NSA mentors). I happen to be a 28-year veteran in graphic design and self-published this book, using one of our NSA vendors. And. it was on time! Two of the first books out of the shipment were presented to the meeting planners  they loved it! Although my contract for the engagement stated no product sales from the platform, which I respect, I did have permission to read from the book. I shared the opening poem, a very touching and uplifting poem, written for this book, said from Heart of a Woman and gently showed the book cover when setting it down. At the completion of my program, not only did it earn a standing ovation, ladies were lined up waiting for multiple autographs, with books flying off the table. This create-a-product-for-the-engagement idea can also stimulate other book opportunities you might consider For instance, you could custom design the cover for clients, using their logo, themes, and colors through one of the print-on-demand (POD) NSA vendors. Expand the ways you deliver your services. Consider creating a booklet, workbook, manual, 3-ring binder with subscription inserts, CDs, CD-Rom, DVDs.Generate a product which will support your topic. Make a logical connection between your topic and the audience need. Sometimes, we get so caught up in the passion we have for speaking, that we forget its a business. Leverage your engagements with products to maximize the income and experience without leaving money on the table. Sheryl Roush, has created over 30 audience-centered products, including eight books and resources specifically those for developing speaker marketing materials. Sheryl@SparklePresentations.com, (858) 569-6555. ** Sheryl Roush Speaker, Author, Consultant Sparkle Presentations Sensational Keynotes & Workshops Inspirational presentations that rekindle the spirit, raise the bar and create excitement! [link] US Telephone 858-569-6555 San Diego Professional Coaches Alliance, 2005 President National Speakers Association, Professional Member since 1987 Books include: The Princess Principle: Women Helping Women Discover Their Royal Spirit Sparkle-Tudes! Inspirational Quotes for Women Heart of a Woman  poems, quotations and short stories Heart of a Mother  poems, stories, tributes Accredited Speaker: The highest earned designation from Toastmasters International for outstanding professional platform speaking, held by less than 50 of their 200,000+ members in 92 countries. yl@SparklePresentations.com Sheryl was the 3rd woman (of 6) to receive this elite honor. Charli Jane Speaker Services P.O. Box 130 Craig,Nebraska 68019 USA Phone: +1 402 218 4426 Fax: +1 877 570 0615 Email: GRAB YOUR FREE EBOOK TODAY! 14 ways to make money when speaking for free! ► Discover how to make money. ► How to increase your exposure. ► How to build the credibility you deserve. and more! Name: Email: FREE Speak-to-Me eZine for Speakers & Meeting Planners Includes great tips, Speaker of the month profile, and much more! Subscribe now! SPEAKERS Need more leads? Do you want to enhanceyour speaking career? More info. 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Web Ink Now: Top ten tips for incredibly successful public speaking

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An analysis of gobbledygook in over 388,000 press releases sent in 2006 About David Meerman Scott Have me speak at your next event My books Free ebooks My blog -- www.WebInkNow.com buzz contact me Business TV Channel Recent Comments Marissa Yennie on Are you a craft marketer?

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Pennsylvania Education Policy Roundup for September 11, 2013: Teaching? Piece of cake. Everybody knows you can pick that up in just five weeks….

Speaking Of...

Rebecca Manning, the CEO of Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School in Midland since Trombetta founded it in 2006, resigned late last week, school board President Chris Shovlin said Monday. Rebecca Manning, who led the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School in Midland since Trombetta founded it in 2006, cited personal reasons for her departure.

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Public Speaking and PresentingPublic speaking and presenting: making this your best year ever!

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So how can you best use 2006 as your breakthrough year of speaking and presenting so you can enter 2007 ready to rock with your words?

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How to Present While People are Twittering | Pistachio

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But control the time spent on that so that the advertised information that brought people to the presentation in the first place is indeed covered. Pistachio Micro sharing. Macro results. HOME TOUCHBASE BLOG Your Suggestions? SERVICES Market Engagement Enterprise 2.0