My first live keynote presentation in over 2.5 years went off without a hitch and it was exciting to be back in front of an in-person audience.

The topic was “Digital Marketing Done Right” and it was for executives and managers.

I’ve got another one at the end of the month on the Gold Coast called “How to build a marketing engine” and a similar one in early June.

If your next conference or company retreat needs a practical & fun session or a workshop on digital marketing, LinkedIn or social media, please check out my speaker page or just hit me up with what you’re looking for.

What did I learn being back after 2.5 years doing Zoom presentations?

  • Always practice before every presentation, even if you’ve done it 100x before!
  • Go back to the basics of presenting (because a real stage is way different to a Zoom camera and studio)
  • Theres nothing quite like the real-time feedback and energy of an in-person audience!

As a speaker, I enjoy having both Zoom and stages in the toolkit for delivering keynotes.  Whilst an in person audience is amazing, Zoom is usually better than the travelling to a conference.

PS. When you’re ready, here are 5 ways help consultants & advisors grow:

1. Download the Web Strategy Planning Template (PDF). Our flagship 1-page tool we co-created with David Meerman Scott. It’s been downloaded over one million times and featured on Forbes.

2. Read a free chapter from our book: Web Marketing That Works — — an Amazon #1 best seller.

3. Join the private group on Facebook. Access free training resources, and hang out with 2,300+ peers.

4. Discover your marketing score. Take the 40 point Marketing Scorecard (in < 6mins) and get a customised report.

5. Order my LinkedIn Profile Makeover Workbook: Give your profile the makeover it deserves and put your best foot forward.

6. Let’s brainstorm how to build a hands-off marketing pipeline. Book a 20 min slot to talk on Zoom


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