Beginner’s Guide to Attending Conferences Neil Patel has noticed that many people aren’t getting their moneys worth from the conferences they are attending. It doesn’t matter if you pay for admission or if you get in free because your time spent at an event is worth money. If you want to get your money’s worth from attending a conference, here are a few suggestions.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist confesses he hated networking at conferences — here’s the strategy he used to get better at it In a recent episode of “The James Altucher Show” podcast, Duhigg admitted to having struggled with networking, and explained how he stepped up his game. In the past, when Duhigg attended conferences, he said he would end up talking to the one person he knew and meeting the people they knew. Today, his M.O. is to speak to four different people in the first 10 minutes of a conference and then go back to the person he liked most and keep talking to them. Interesting post.
4 SUREFIRE WAYS TO GET THE MOST FROM THE NEXT CONFERENCE YOU ATTEND A conference can be a moment to escape. Or it can be an opportunity to gain invaluable insights that will literally change the trajectory of your life. Here are four things Michael Hyatt does to maximize his return.
34 Ways to Get The Most From a Conference This is a guide to squeezing all the value you can out of your next conference. The tips here are based on the authors experience attending 100+ conferences, trade shows, expos and networking events over the last 15 years.
SPI 240: Tips and Tricks for Getting the Most Out of the Conferences You Attend Conferences can be a thrilling, unforgettable way to connect with fellow entrepreneurs and learn from the online business community. But which conferences should you go to? How do you meet other people once you’re there? And what on earth do you talk about? Pat Flynn answers these questions in this podcast.
How to Network a Conference Like a Jedi: 55 Tips Conferences are not for the faint of heart. In this post, Content Marketing Institute collects 55 responses from keynoters, speakers, staff, and readers to find the best networking tips for large business conferences.
How to Attend a Conference and Take It Over (Even If You’re Not a Speaker) This is the true story of how Nadya Khoja and Aaron Orendorff went to one of the largest marketing conferences in the world — Content Marketing Institute’s CMWorld — as nothing more than lowly attendees and burnt the mother down. They had a multi layered content strategy to help them network with top influencers – and it was incredibly effective.