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How to Use the Feedback Form for Higher Quality Lead Generation [Money Series]: Podcast Ep. 136

How to Use the Feedback Form for Higher Quality Lead Generation [Money Series]: Podcast Ep. 136 | Speaking Your Brand

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How can you use increase leads and sales at your presentations? By asking for them!

Having a feedback form that the audience fills out is one of the best ways to generate leads, especially if you don’t feel comfortable making a hard sales pitch in your presentation or if the place you’re speaking at forbids “selling from the stage.”

Since I first started talking about the feedback form on this podcast in 2017, I get asked regularly which episode someone can listen to specifically about it.

I haven’t had one specific episode – until now.

In this episode, I describe what the feedback form is, what’s included on it, and how to use it.

And then you’ll hear from six women in the Speaking Your Brand community who have used the feedback form at their presentations and the results they’ve received.

Be sure to listen until the end – I have a bonus tip that you won’t want to miss.

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This episode is part of our Money series, episodes 132-136.

If you’re ready to position yourself as a paid speaker as well as generate more leads from your speaking engagements, join our Monetize Your Speaking online group coaching program.

This is a 3-month online, hands-on program that will help you find/refine your unique topic, create your speaking page, packages and fees, optimize your LinkedIn profile, improve your current presentation to make it more sales-driven, and position yourself as a premium speaker.

Appearing in order in this episode:

About Us: The Speaking Your Brand podcast is hosted by Carol Cox. At Speaking Your Brand, we help women entrepreneurs and professionals create their signature talks and gain more visibility to achieve their goals. Our mission is to get more women in positions of influence and power: on stages, in businesses, on boards, in the media, in politics, and in our communities. Check out our coaching programs at https://www.speakingyourbrand.com

 

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