Thankfully, the opportunity to learn and engage in the NFT community itself has migrated primarily to two places: Discord and Twitter. One of these mentioned platforms I’ve loved since 2010 and use daily while the other I hated for a while but am learning to manage and leverage. (Twitter vs. Discord)
“We are not going back to the way we ran events before the Pandemic. It is essential to rethink/reimagine what the future is going to look like.” – Brian Fanzo
Are you afraid of public speaking? I believe you know you aren't alone as it's widely known to be one of the biggest fears people have... Do you want to be a full-time professional speaker traveling the world delivering your message?? You aren't alone either, as the...
I've been all-in on the social-audio app Clubhouse since December 9th and it's driven more leads for my speaking business than any other content marketing strategies I've used over the last 5 years. I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Grant Baldwin the...
The attendees of the future have witnessed the good, bad, and ugly of a virtual experience, while many are discovering how to supplement what they thought was only available offline conferences and meetings.
Interactive virtual presentations, interactive virtual events, interactive webinars. Interactive democratic and republic virtual conventions... We've all heard it. I don't care if you're a speaker, you're an event, organizer or even if you've attended a webinar or a...
The secret is reinventing how we think about virtual and what a virtual experience is, we will discover new opportunities and experiences we never knew were possible.
Creating dynamic and interactive virtual presentations requires a different mindset or we will just have another boring webinar.
Based on the current live streaming state in 2020, here are the five most important features to look for when selecting your live streaming solution.
Mike Ganino is this weeks special guest on the Press The Damn Button Podcast Mike is the host of the Mike Drop Moment podcast, keynote speaker, storyteller and much much more!
Mike believes there are 3 types of stories; the ones we tell ourselves, the ones we share with our audiences, and the ones that our audiences remember.