My guess is that if you've registered for a few online events this year then you probably have given at least one a miss, and at least one you attended was disappointing.
Today I'm talking about how this relates to the trick many people are missing when it comes to navigating the attention economy within the unique circumstances of 2020 and what to consider to generate interest and intrigue in your brand.
You'll learn the hacks that work and don't work when it comes to generating interest and intrigue in your brand.
Because it's that time of the week to talk about how we can get YOU out there for the world to see.
Join me on this week's SEEN & HEARD episode fresh from today's live stream on LinkedIn, Youtube and Facebook!
Here's the links I shared during the show:
1) Check out the Spark Festival and register for a week of awesome live streams next week! I'll be chatting with Steve Grace about the art of storytelling and positioning your brand to attract top talent on Monday the 12th at 3pm AEDT: https://sparkfestival.co/
2) If you don't want to wait for the podcast episode to be released from my interview with youtuber and SEO expert Matthew Woodward you can check out the Live stream here: https://youtu.be/wAAmtzOCrlc
3) Learn more about the 6 interview formats I use to help smart people share their BEST stories with the world by checking out my new video on how to create compelling content here: https://youtu.be/R6LmAYyMCbc
If you want to find out more about the sponsorship & partnership packages I'm offering so you can get webinar-worthy attention and deep engagement without the price tag visit my website: https://www.laurenkress.com
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In the spirit of reconciliation I would acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. I pay my respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living and working on the land today - the land that always was and always will be, Aboriginal land.