Archive for October, 2011

The Internet is a wonderland of opportunity for finding new business and prospects to drive to your webpages and sales letters. But the biggest complaint I hear is that “I don’t have the time.” The time to network with others on the web is now and it’s never been easier. This is an important marketing strategy that you need to make a priority.

Imagine opening up a retail store. Customers come in periodically to make a purchase. There are thousands of others who know your store is there, but have yet to stop in. Would you cut off the marketing to these people just because they haven’t purchased yet? Would you take down your billboards, newspaper ads, neon signs and special 50% off posters just because it’s not worth the effort? And would you move your store to a location that couldn’t be seen from every angle in the parking lot? I think not.

If you are ignoring your blogging, videos, social networks and social bookmarking, your doing essentially just that…in an online sense. Making a huge Internet presence, networking and building relationships is how you will attract the undecideds that haven’t bought anything yet and turn them into customers. And attracting prospects with these strategies is far cheaper than billboards and print ads.

Your website cannot just be a static page floating somewhere out in cyberspace. There are now over a trillion webpages published on the Internet. How are you going to stand out? It is going to take some time, some effort and good old fashioned virtual hand shaking to see the results you want. And lucky for you, the time has never been better to take advantage of these cheap, powerful and easy to use resources. Find any way you can to keep your brand fresh and in the forefront of your prospects minds. Consider a few of these tools:

* Use a service like FriendFeed. Everytime you update any of 56 social sites, your FriendFeed will tell all of your friends about it.

* Use a blog scheduling service like so you can write posts ahead of time and send them out when you want.

* Leave a lot of comments on Facebook groups, blog sites and YouTube videos to encourage conversation.

* Connect your ezinearticles, Facebook updates and Squidoo lenses to your Twitter so a tweet will go out everytime you update one of these services.

* Create “Join Me” buttons for your websites and blog posts to encourage making friends. (These can be found in the “Tools/Widgets” section of your social networking sites)

* Find a virtual assistant or high school kid to do the work for you.

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The first important part of an opening is your response to your introduction. From here on, what you say is very important because it characterizes you to the audience. If you typically introduce yourself, you can skip this part for now and review it when you do a presentation where you are introduced. A response to an introduction is what you say to or about your introducer or what you say
about what your introducer said. Can I make that less clear for you? For instance, if your introduction was too flattering and syrupy you could say:

 After that, I can’t wait to hear what I have to say.
 Now I know what it feels like to be a pancake with too much syrup on it.
 My mother would have been proud because you read that just like she wrote it.

If your introduction was too long you could say:
 This is not the second coming.
 I have been feeling a little sick lately. I thought I had the flu, but I guess it must be my eminence.
 If you had gone on about me much longer, I might have started to believe some of it.

For an introduction that is too short you could say:
 That was the shortest introduction I have ever had. My life just passed before my eyes and I haven’t even been up here long enough to die.
 Hey! What happened to all that good stuff I paid you to say?
 I know I don’t deserve all the nice things that WEREN’T said about me in that introduction.

If you’re doing a funny talk and the introducer is a GOOD friend you could say:
 I normally don’t allow a long introduction and in the short amount of time I gave you Joe, you were starting to screw that up.

If you’re on a program with several big-name speakers you could say:
 Most of the speakers you’ve heard here today are like a Who’s Who of speaking. I’m more like a Who’s He/She? Sometimes you will get an introduction that is just bad. Say:
 Thank you very much for that INTERESTING introduction.
 If I’m going to bomb, I want to do it myself. I don’t need your help. (Be careful when, how, and to whom you say this one. You don’t want to take the audience out of in fun.)
A safe approach when you get a bad introduction is to just skip the response and make general comments to the audience. You don’t want to embarrass the introducer.

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