So you can blog?
You might even be really awesome at it.
But honestly, how good are you at pitching your ideas to prospective partners? Do you find yourself continually being ignored or rejected?
Do you get tongue tied when you set up a face to face meeting to pitch your ideas? How about the thought of a trade show, and your one opportunity to make an impression on a prospective business partner?
You want that incredible press trip on the QE2 and have just five minutes to make a positive impression. How the hell are you going to do it?
You can start by signing up for a coaching for bloggers personal session, packed with tips to help you make the correct impression, whatever your goals.
You decide what you want to focus on before the session, whether it be your email pitches, your elevator pitch (5 minute verbal pitch) or a presentation.
Why Work With Me?
Well, I have worked in Financial services sales for almost 20 years. I’ve recently started travel blogging, and whilst I may not be an experienced blogger, I certainly am experienced when it comes to sales. I’ve won many sales incentives including trips to New Orleans, Texas, New York and Europe, and have achieved sales targets consistently throughout my career.
I’ve done everything from one to one meetings, to presentations to over a hundred people. I know how to add value to prospective clients, and I can help you learn these skills too.
You can check out what some of my clients have said about me over the years on my Linkedin Profile. Obviously this relates to my career in Financial Services but should give you comfort that I know what I am talking about.
So if you are one of those people who feel you are not having enough success with your pitches, then sign up for a sales coaching for bloggers session below.
Sessions cost £15 per 30 minutes slot, £25 per hour or £60 for 3 separate hour-long consultations.
Once you have paid, you will be redirected to a booking page.
Please note slots are only available Monday to Thursday, 6PM – 8PM GMT. However if you would like another time, please email me at email@example.com before making your purchase.