Yesterday I gave a talk to a fab group of business people at The Oyster Club’s Seed Pearl breakfast. It was a lovely event and all the attendees seemed to enjoy it as much as I did.
I gave my talk, which was designed to appeal to a wide audience, and then took questions about people’s specific marketing issues.
Answering questions is always fun, and gave me a chance to demonstrate my expertise beyond the subject of my presentation.
Here I’ll show you how, where and when you should be answering questions on your specialist area.
If you could answer that question, they would be more aware of your specialist expertise, feel more well-disposed towards you and your business, and help you begin to create a relationship with them.
If you answer a question in a public arena, then you are also showing others that you are a source of good advice and could also attract them as clients.
There are a number of places you could answer questions:
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