How To Deliver A Great Presentation And Get More Leads | Do This Sell More 37

This is show 2 of a 6 part series on how to get more leads. Be sure and watch the other five shows in this series (or listen to the five other shows on the podcast (player and link at the bottom of the article below).

One of the most effective ways to get more leads is through public speaking. By learning how to deliver an effective presentation, you can leverage your position as a speaker to generate leads and get client referrals.

Public speaking is effective because it produces instant credibility. Someone invited you and introduced you on stage. No matter what you’re selling, you’ll be seen as the expert in that product or service because you’re the only one speaking.

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Another benefit is that it creates rapid relationship development. You’re talking to 100 people and they’re carrying on a conversation in their minds. This means that all of those people will have thought about you and what you’re offering, which brings you that much closer to working together.

These benefits can help you immensely in building up a client base. However, it’s important to know how to deliver an effective presentation that will indeed allow you to reap these benefits. Speaking engagements are considered lead generation activities only if you actually end up with leads.

In order to get leads, you’ll need some way to qualify the audience in terms of their interest. For example, you can create a free report on the topic that you’ve chosen to give a speech on and offer it to people during the event. Those who express interest in the free report will then become your potential clients because you know that they’ve heard you and are possibly looking to go further.

Whether it’s a keynote address, a breakout session, or a training session, public speaking can be one of the best lead generation activities if you know how to deliver an effective presentation. Get in front of people and create value. That’s how you get more clients.

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