• New Presentation Slide Deck: Own Your Niche on the Internet and Beyond

    This has been one of my most popular presentations over the last year and I recently updated the slide deck (which you can view below). If you know of a business conference or event where I should come present this material, please get in touch with me!

    Presentation Description:

    Own Your Niche on the Internet and Beyond: Simple Strategies to Increase Website Traffic, Establish Authority in Your Field, and Grow Your Audience Online

    Presentation Overview:

    In this content-rich presentation, Stephanie Chandler shares the real-world lessons that entrepreneurs can use to effectively build an audience online. You will learn how to:

    • Choose a niche and establish authority in your field
    • Unlock the power of community to grow your audience
    • Improve website ranking with simple search engine optimization (SEO) tactics
    • Leverage blogging to increase traffic and win clients
    • Use articles, podcasts, and videos to drive traffic to your site
    • Distribute information products including ebooks, books, and reports
    • Utilize Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and Pinterest—all without a big time commitment

    Whether you want to reach customers in your own backyard or your business spans the globe, there are tremendous opportunities to leverage the power of internet marketing, social media, and content to grow your business.

    About the Speaker:

    Stephanie Chandler is the author of several books including Own Your Niche: Hype-Free Internet Marketing Tactics to Establish Authority in Your Field and Promote Your Service-Based Business, which was honored as best business book at the 2012 Global Ebook Awards. Stephanie is also founder and CEO of http://AuthorityPublishing.com, specializing in custom publishing for non-fiction books and social media marketing services, and http://NonfictionAuthorsAssociation.com, a marketing community for writers. A frequent speaker at business events and on the radio, she has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, BusinessWeek, Inc.com, and Wired magazine, and she is a contributing blogger for Forbes and American Express Open Forum.

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    About the Author: Stephanie Chandler is an author of nine books including Own Your Niche: Hype-Free Internet Marketing Tactics to Establish Authority in Your Field and Promote Your Service-Based Business and The Nonfiction Book Marketing Plan: Simple Strategies to Build Your Audience and Sell More Books. She is also founder and CEO of Authority Publishing, specializing in custom book publishing and social media marketing services, BusinessInfoGuide.com, a directory of resources for entrepreneurs, and the Nonfiction Authors Association, a marketing community for authors. She has been featured in Entrepreneur magazine, BusinessWeek, Inc.com, and Wired magazine, and she is a contributing blogger for Forbes. For author and speaker details, visit http://StephanieChandler.com. Subscribe to Stephanie Chandler's blog feed here.

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