Who wants a free way to get more business?

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Who wants a free way to get more business?

Here’s an idea I wanted to pass along to all of you, my friends, that should help with getting more leads, business, and website views. It’s a low cost (meaning pretty much FREE) thing you can do.

I’m not sure what type of work all of you are in, although I know many of you are in similar fields as me. Whatever you do, I’m sure you can adapt this somehow to your field.

Although my business cards and bio often list me as an adventurer, pioneer, or beard expert, the core of my income comes from three sources- speaking (keynote and training), coaching/consulting, and books I’ve written.

*If you’re curious about this, feel free to check me out on my website to see more about how I do this.

I’ll reveal more business tips later, but the one I want to focus on today I call The Resources Page.

In my speaking I always mention a resource page near the end. It’s usually a blog post, and I forward an easy-to-remember custom domain name to it. One of mine is ConferenceSpecials.com. During the lecture I mention the attendees can go there to deep dive for more information, read up more on my sources, buy my books, and get in touch with me. I almost always offer a free gift as well. It’s usually one of my books or a resource that applies to what I’ve talked about.

I usually just do these as blog posts and leave them up there indefinitely. That way, people can always come back to it, pass it on, or folks who never saw the lecture might find it on a search for the topic.

By following this simple tactic, I’ve used this activity to accomplish several key things…

  • I provide more value.
  • I give them a reason to check out my website.
  • I’m offering them a bonus free gift.
  • I up my chances of getting more clients or selling more books after the presentation (and sometimes during!).

Check out one of my pages that I created for an emergency medicine conference HERE.

I know there’s a million ways this could be done by using paid services, easier clicks, or other apps, but I’ve found this to be an easy simple way to do it. If you want to throw in some of the more complicated ways that’ll cost you more later, go ahead and do that. I always recommend starting easy first.

I hope this helps you in your business. If you want to get in touch and brainstorm how to make this work for your particular industry, drop me a line. I’d love to talk.

Dr. Redbeard
Adventurer, Pioneer, Father of Five (Also Speaker, Author, and Coach)

PS…I always love taking a selfie before the room I’m speaking in fills up.


This message was written by a team of geeks, nerds, gamers, and Dr. David Powers. You can always find us at www.callsignredbeard.com. Thanks for reading!

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CT EMS Expo Resources

Welcome!

This blog post is for attendees that attended the 2017 Connecticut EMS Expo.

*If you didn’t attend, but come across this page otherwise, you are still more than welcome to the resources.

The Future of EMS FREE Book Offer…

If you’re interested in a Kindle or paperback copy of my book The Future of EMS, click HERE. The FREE offer is only good the week of the symposium, so if you’re clicking any other time, it is still available, just not for free.

If you want a FREE PDF copy of it, just sign up for the e-mail list HERE or in the box on the right side of the page. I’ll send it right over.

For any of the resources I mentioned during my seminars, just check below…

 

Boy Scout Merit Badge Class- Public Health

Bloodborne And Airborne Pathogens 6th Edition by Amer Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) and the Amer College of Emerg Physicians (ACEP)

Introduction To Public Health 5th Edition by Mary-Jane Schneider

Merit Badge Series- Public Health by the Boy Scouts of America

 

Boy Scout Merit Badge Class- Safety

Safety Professional’s Reference and Study Guide Second Edition by W. David Yates

Merit Badge Series- Safety by the Boy Scouts of America

 

Boy Scout Merit Badge Class- Signs, Signals, and Codes

You Talking to Me? Discover the World of Words, Codes, Emojis, Signs, Slang, Smoke Signals, Barks, Babbles, Growls, Gestures, Hieroglyphics & More by Catherine Ham

Merit Badge Series- Signs, Signals, and Codes by the Boy Scouts of America

 

Ninja Skills for Good Presentations

Presentation Zen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery 2nd Edition by Garr Reynolds

Talk Like TED: The 9 Public-Speaking Secrets of the World’s Top Minds by Carmine Gallo

 

You Don’t Have Time to Waste Time (Rapid Skill Acquisition)

Rapid Skill Development 101- The One-Sheet Easy Way to New Topic Acquisition by Dr. David Powers

The First 20 Hours: How to Learn Anything . . . Fast! by Josh Kaufman

The 4-Hour Body: An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat-Loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming Superhuman by Timothy Ferriss

 

Good Medics Gone Bad

When Godly People Do Ungodly Things: Arming Yourself in the Age of Seduction by Beth Moore

 

Here’s a message from the Expo folks as well…

“Thank you for attending CT EMS Expo. Don’t forget to download this year’s mobile app. You can find the app in the app store by searching “CT EMS Expo” or point your browser to the download link: core-apps.com/dl/ctemsexpo17
Your feedback is important to us so this year we have created session ratings to help us learn which sessions and speakers were the most valuable to you. Sessions ratings can be found within the app in the session listing. Simply click on the clipboard icon on the left hand side found in the session listing and leave us your feedback. We hope you enjoy the CT EMS Expo!”
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This message was written by a team of geeks, nerds, gamers, and Dr. David Powers. You can always find us at www.callsignredbeard.com. Thanks for reading!

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