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Boom! Creating Content That Pays Big Bucks
How to order the recording:
- If you order the recording, you will get a link to the recorded video of the online webcast, as well as a sample chapter from Steve’s latest book, Your Small Business Boom!.
When everyone pivoted online during the pandemic, what did they do there? Oh sure, they shopped, but even more, they consumed content. Whether it was blogs, articles, news, videos, or podcasts, people were (and are) watching and reading content at a massive rate. But here’s the real question:
Is that content yours? If not, you are missing out on a huge opportunity to grow your brand, make more money, and attract new clients.
Steve shares how you can master this new era of digital content to not only create valuable, consumable, clickable content, but how to get paid big bucks for it. He discusses how to land gigs with well-known clients (he has also written for Inc., Entrepreneur, Bank of America, Staples, and many others) and how to leverage that visibility to sell products and speeches.
In this webcast you will learn:
- why “content is king” even more so in today’s climate
- how to pick the right type of content to create
- what to expect to be paid for your content
- where and how to pitch media outlets
- how to leverage visibility for increased sales
More about our guest expert:
Recently named by SCORE as the country’s leading champion of small business, Steve Strauss is a bestselling author and USA TODAY’s senior small business columnist. An attorney, entrepreneur, speaker, and influencer, Steve’s books have been translated into eight languages and his Small Business Bible is one of the bestselling small business books of all time. His new book is Your Small Business Boom!
He is often tapped to be a brand ambassador for companies such as Visa, Yahoo, PayPal, and Microsoft.
Whether it’s blogs, videos, podcasts, live streaming, e-books, webinars, or other digital media, his company, The Strauss Group, creates cutting-edge content for everyone from Fortune 500 companies to small non-profits.