When you upload marketing videos to Instagram and Facebook, they have conversion rates of 70 or 80%. That's huge. Anybody who's not in front of the camera is leaving money on the table. It's just as simple as that.
Wendee Lee Curtis
Brief summary of show:
In this episode, I speak with Wendee Lee Curtis about why it’s so important for lawyers to be on camera.
Wendee is a veteran Broadway performer, former entertainment & traffic reporter / news anchor and Founder of Confidence On Camera for CEOs & Entrepreneurs.
She shares with us in this week’s podcast episode why video is key in building the know, like and trust factor, and how if you’re not leveraging it, you’re leaving money on the table.
Wendee gives listeners actionable tips on:
• The emotional impact that video has with viewers
• Why lawyers should care about being on video and public speaking
• What makes a masterful speaker
• How to overcome the fear of being seen and heard
Wendee has spent over a decade on the “Great White Way” performing at venues such as Radio City Music Hall, Lincoln Center & Carnegie Hall. She made the leap from Broadway to broadcasting, working for KTNV-ABC in Las Vegas. Wendee is also a five-figure paid corporate host, emcee & moderator for global Fortune 500 companies. Her emcee experience includes live & virtual events for numerous pharmaceutical and Fortune 500 companies.
Wendee Lee Curtis' Book
From the publisher:
People don’t know what you’ve done until you tell them, so let’s get strategically loud. 📣
Many of us are The Qualified Quiet™ – we’ve done the work but don’t know how to share it. We need a place to begin. Brag Better™ will teach you to:
Eliminate words that undermine your work and find better ones.
Pitch yourself and work, from networking to press.
Explain your work and use it to get bigger opportunities in public and within a company.
If you’re ready to begin a path to Bragging Better, be proud of your work, and help others shine, this book is for you.
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