In Episode #422, Eric and Neil discuss how to market your business at a conference without sponsoring it. Tune in to learn what you need to do on the day of the conference to market your business tactfully and effectively.
Time Stamped Show Notes:
- 00:27 – Today’s topic: How to Market Your Business at a Conference Without Sponsoring It
- 00:41 – It’s better to speak at conferences than be a sponsor at one
- 00:50 – Talk with people in the conference lounge
- 01:16 – Networking is also a good strategy to market your brand without spending
- 01:49 – Networking doesn’t mean passing your business card, it means getting to know people’s story and expressing how you can help them
- 02:55 – Prior to the conference event day, figure out your target market
- 03:13 – Eric shares how his friend bombarded the booths in an event they went to in order to market his service
- 03:55 – Marketing School is giving away a free 1 year subscription to Crazy Egg which is a visual analytics tool
- 04:00 – Go to SingleGrain.com/giveaway for multiple entries
- 04:10 – That’s it for today’s episode!
3 Key Points:
- Rather than sponsoring a conference, it’s better to speak at one if you can.
- Network with people by understanding their struggles and stating how you can offer a solution to their problem.
- Make sure you know your target market first before coming to a conference.
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