For Wednesday: Step Up Your Speaking Newsletter looks at appearance

The Eloquent Woman

The newsletter is out tomorrow morning, so sign up--and share with a friend or colleague--today. appearance Step Up Your Speaking newsletter

Voice-only speaking (think conference calls) in Step Up Your Speaking newsletter, for Tuesday

The Eloquent Woman

That voice-only speaking is the focus of this month's Step Up Your Speaking, my free email newsletter that looks at one speaking issue in depth every month. Step Up Your Speaking newsletter

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Celebrating 300 newsletter issues

Dave Paradi's PowerPoint Blog

Today I am celebrating the 300th issue of my newsletter. I have been writing this newsletter every two weeks for almost 11 years. I would not be able to keep writing if it was not for the support and encouragement that my loyal readers have shown. If you are not on the list yet, click here to sign up.

For Thursday: Step Up Your Speaking newsletter

The Eloquent Woman

That's the focus of the next edition of my free email newsletter, Step Up Your Speaking, out on Thursday this week. Step Up Your Speaking newsletterAre you conflicted or hesitant about being emotional when you speak?

For Wednesday: Step Up Your Speaking newsletter

The Eloquent Woman

Instead, be sure you're signed up before tomorrow for Step Up Your Speaking , the free monthly newsletter from The Eloquent Woman blog that focuses on a unique speaking topic in-depth each month.

For Wednesday: Gr8 gifts for speakers in Step Up Your Speaking newsletter

The Eloquent Woman

This month's issue of Step Up Your Speaking , our free monthly newsletter, will focus on great gifts for speakers, just in time for the holidays. You can do much better than a pen-and-pencil set or mug.

For Thursday: Step Up Your Speaking newsletter

The Eloquent Woman

My library of recommended books for speakers is not your typical list, and you'll find it in this month's issue of Step Up Your Speaking newsletter--which is free if you sign up at the link below.

Create your own graphics with bursts and stars

PowerPoint Tips

Do you need to create striking graphics for company newsletters, blog posts, posters, training materials, and so on? Shapes & text boxes blog burst graphics newsletter poster star training

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Humor Power Newsletter Changes

Humor Power

Humor Power Tips Newsletter is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in February. We have published 245 issues of the newsletter. We will be changing our Humor Power Tips Newsletter from Monthly to Quarterly. Our plan is to include a more substantial humor-skills article and fewer links in the newsletter to our Blog. For readers who like to hear from us more than four newsletters a year, please follow our Blog. Resources & Favorite Links humor newsletter

Career newsletters

Joan Detz Speaker Services

Daniel, MS, MBA, offers monthly newsletters that address a wide range of career issues - dealing with executive recruiters, building a post-military career in the corporate sector, networking, etc. . To access these newsletters (or get on her mailing list), visit www.careergrowthgroup.com.Beverly R.

Podcast: Six Newsletters You Should Subscribe to

Communication Steroids

Tim and Roger take a look at six newsletters that keep pullin’ ‘em in. Public Speaking Courses | Add your site Join Our Inner Circle: RSS Feed of our latest newsletters here Search This Website Become a Fan on Facebook!

Step Up Your Speaking newsletter out Wednesday

The Eloquent Woman

In this month's edition of my free email newsletter, Step Up Your Speaking, I'll be offering you an A-Z guide of resources to help you set your 2011 speaker resolution. fear and public speaking Step Up Your Speaking newsletter

My Newsletter and a Small Apology

Pro Humorist

I recently installed a plugin which allows you to login to my blog so that you can read some of my posts and become a subscriber to my newsletter. If you haven’t, and you would like to subscribe to my newsletter I have now gone the more “old fashioned&# d route and provide you with the ability to sign up, in the place where you used to just login. Here’s what will happen if you decide to subscribe to my newsletter.

My Newsletter and a Small Apology

Pro Humorist

I recently installed a plugin which allows you to login to my blog so that you can read some of my posts and become a subscriber to my newsletter. If you haven’t, and you would like to subscribe to my newsletter I have now gone the more “old fashioned&# d route and provide you with the ability to sign up, in the place where you used to just login. Here’s what will happen if you decide to subscribe to my newsletter.

For Wed.: Newsletter, & workshop discount for subscribers

The Eloquent Woman

It's a great day to sign up for Step Up Your Speaking, the free monthly newsletter from The Eloquent Woman. If you subscribe to Step Up Your Speaking, the free monthly email newsletter from The Eloquent Woman, you'll qualify for 25 percent off the workshop registration fee.

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Updates from the blog: Lists, networks and more

The Eloquent Woman

And of course, you can sign up for my free monthly newsletter, Speakers & Communicators. advertising newsletter updatesOn the blog and The Eloquent Woman on Facebook , I've been making visible and not-so-visible changes. Here's an update for you: New lists for new information options: I've created a series of special mailing lists so you can be sure to get the updates you want about upcoming workshops, training options for groups and individuals, ebooks and more.

For Thursday: Step Up Your Speaking newsletter--subscribe now

The Eloquent Woman

In this month's issue of my free email newsletter, Step Up Your Speaking, I'll share the tools I'm using and the ones I have my eye on, so you can make your next presentation or speaking task easier. Tags: Step Up Your Speaking newsletter

New! Get the 'Step Up Your Speaking' newsletter

The Eloquent Woman

I'm launching a new monthly newsletter, Step Up Your Speaking. I welcome your suggestions for topics you'd like to see handled in-depth in the newsletter, and hope you will forward this information to your colleagues and friends. Tags: Step Up Your Speaking newsletter

UK Speechwriters' Newsletter

The Speechwriter

I launched this newsletter for UK speechwriters today. I intend to send it out whenever there is anything important to report. If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please email me:brian@brianjenner.com Ragan Speechwriters’ Conference 2009 I’m

For today: Step Up Your Speaking newsletter

The Eloquent Woman

Today, subscribers to the free monthly Step Up Your Speaking newsletter from The Eloquent Woman will be getting this month's issue. Every issue also includes links to further reading chosen just for newsletter subscribers. Go here to subscribe to the newsletter

we're a newsletter all-star

The Eloquent Woman

Constant Contact , the email marketing site I use for my free monthly email newsletters, has named don't get caught a Constant Contact 2008 All-Star. Every month, newsletter subscribers get links to my most recent posts from this blog and from don't get caught news & info , my blog on communications strategies, training and message development. Newsletter subscribers also get a heads-up on my seminars, speeches and workshops, as well as other special discounts and offers.

Today: Step Up Your Speaking newsletter tackles speaking up in meetings

The Eloquent Woman

The Eloquent Woman's free monthly newsletter, Step Up Your Speaking , focuses this month on speaking up in meetings--from research on getting and taking turns to ways to interrupt effectively and open a meeting. Every month, the newsletter covers one issue in depth. Sign up for the newsletter and don't miss another issue! Tags: Step Up Your Speaking newsletter

Writing a Blog or a Newsletter

Humor Power

There are many good reasons to write a blog or a newsletter. Once you set your blog or newsletter in motion, you have deadlines to meet. Without the structured deadline of my blog and newsletter, that would have never happened. I went from two newsletters a month and a blog post every four days, to one newsletter a month and a blog post every seven days. When I first started my newsletter, I managed my mailing lists manually.

One-word program evaluations

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

Writing in the excellent weekly newsletter SpeakerNetNews, Ron Shapiro, a speaker and consultant in career development, education and learning, shares an effective technique for collecting feedback from attendees at his programs.

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Custom graphic contest winners!

PowerPoint Tips

In my newsletter, I announced a contest for the best use of that technique. (If If you want to know about contests to get free products, sign up for my newsletter at the right!).

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Toastmasters Friday the 13th: PR Ideas That Never Die

Speak and Deliver

Try getting into the newsletter of your company and/or professional association, as well. Send out a Mini-Newsletter. But a mini-newsletter is easy and quick. Newsletters Club Pins Press Releases Public Relations Rebranding Toastmasters Banners Public Speaking

Laura Ingraham’s Newsletter Doesn’t Remember When Laura Ingraham Met With George W. Bush

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41 Reasons Good Speakers Give Bad Speeches

Successful Speeches Blog

If you subscribed to my newsletter more than a year ago, then you know what I’m referring to. This year, I didn’t even think about it. Well, I did think about it, but I didn’t think about doing it. On my birthday, I usually attempt to do the number of push ups that equals my [.]. Opinion PowerPoint Presentation Skills Public Speaking Rhetorical Devices Scripting Your Speech Speech Writing Uncategorized

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Newsletter Or Blog - Which Works Better? - SMM Strategic Marketing Montreal

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SMM Internet Marketing Consultants From Strategy Through To Sales With The Internet Home About Us IM | SEM | SEO Blogging Services Resources Write For Us Contact Us Franais Home Newsletters #53 Audio Summary (80 seconds) #52 - Product Catalogues On Web Sites? #53 #54 - Online Stores and SEO Printer-Friendly - See File>Print Preview NEWSLETTER OR BLOG - WHICH WORKS BETTER? Many companies turn to a newsletter to promote that movement through the steps of AIDA.

The Eloquent Woman's weekly speaker toolkit

The Eloquent Woman

For tech speakers: Two women in tech have started a newsletter, Technically Speaking , that has already featured The Eloquent Woman. News, here: Speaking of newsletters, have you signed up for my free monthly newsletter, Speakers & Communicators ?

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Interview: Editors of @techspeakdigest on women speakers in tech

The Eloquent Woman

(Editor's note: The Technically Speaking newsletter just celebrated its first anniversary. I've been a sponsor of the newsletter, and did a webinar with them, so I asked them to answer a few questions sharing what they've learned from publishing the newsletter.)

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How Many Spokes on Your Content Wheel?

Succeed Speaking

This week’s newsletter is inspired by a statement from Mark Schoenwald, the new CEO of Thomas Nelson (the sixth largest American trade publisher and world’s largest Christian publisher, according to Wikipedia): We can no longer think of ourselves as just a book publisher, but as a content provider.

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Results of Extreme Shapes contest!

PowerPoint Tips

A few weeks ago, in my newsletter, I announced a contest based on my blog post, “ Customize slide objects to the extreme.” I don’t always have time to read your newsletters, but I save them for when life isn’t so crazy.

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New book, Master Presenter, collects lessons from the world’s top presentation experts

PowerPoint Tips

I’m very pleased to announce a new book, Master Presenter, published by Wiley, which is a compilation of articles from presentation experts who have contributed to the Presentationxpert newsletter over the years.

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Create a system for your message

PowerPoint Tips

You ask people in the audience to take an action, such as to subscribe to your newsletter, donate to a cause, or sign a commitment letter. A presentation doesn’t stand by itself.

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Gmail tabs and the end of the world

Speak Schmeak

Tori Deaux coined this hilarious title for the mass hysteria that has set in since Google created a Promotions folder in Gmail for all of our newsletters and -- yes, promotions -- to be sent to. Would my Gmail-using readers still be able to see my Presentation Pointers newsletter?

A complete repertoire of image treatments

PowerPoint Tips

If you don’t, you haven’t been reading my blog or newsletter.). I’m sure you know that images are important for presentations. (If I’ve realized that I have a repertoire of image treatments that I use. You can use it, too.

The role of persuasion and emotion in training

PowerPoint Tips

Mention employees who follow the rules in meetings and the company newsletter. I’ve always thought that persuasion and emotion were best left to sales and proposal presentations. After all, in an instructional setting, isn’t persuasion like propaganda?

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