How to Amplify your message and get paid as a speaker
November 6, 2017
Hosted by Ken Rochon
Jess Todtfelt will share with us tips on how to get paid to share your message. He will explain what exactly is the Magnetic Speaker Formula.
Monday at 8 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Influencers Channel
The goal of our show is to influence and inspire speakers, authors, and leaders to share how they wish to make a positive impact on the world. Our vision is to amplify good causes, good messages, and good people through epic social media viral campaigns.
Our belief is that everyone has a message that needs to be heard, and we are here to help amplify those messages through Connectors, Guerilla Marketing, Networking, Photography, Social Media, Strategic Alliances, Branding and Technology. We are examining the struggles leaders encounter and have to overcome to be successful and have a positive impact on the world.
Our show teaches more effective marketing and social media techniques designed to gain more exposure and awareness, leading to leads and conversion. Amplified! is broadcast live every Monday at 8 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Influencers Channel.
Ken Rochon has authored ten books and published over forty books. He has helped over 500 artists, authors, causes, entrepreneurs, musicians, speakers, and leaders 'Amplify' their message using leveraging techniques in social media to create epic viral campaigns.
Ken's primary focus is supporting great leaders. His company The Umbrella Syndicate reaches on average 40,000 people per week on Facebook and he helps over 800 pages grow using 'Amplification' strategies associated with campaigns and events. The Umbrella Syndicate page has over 100,000 clicks and engagement a week, making it one of the most active social media pages in the world.
Ken has visited over 100 countries and loves to photograph the world. He also mixes cultural music and is considered a world class fusion deejay. He is married and a proud father to his son Kenny, who is also known as K3. He lives in Ellicott City, Maryland with his family. He has also served as an Officer in the US Army and taught introduction to Physics and Chemistry.