How to create a summit to build visibility, nurture relationships and increase revenue with Krista Miller
I’m sure that in your business journey you’ve attended no end of summits and conferences. Some of them are great, some of them… not so much. But have you ever thought of hosting your own? Doing this helps to build your visibility, position yourself as an expert, build relationships AND increase revenue. Sounds great, but where do you start?
My guest today is Krista Miller. After attending too many virtual seminars that felt gross and overdone, she decided to do things her way. Following the successful launch of her own summit, Krista launched Summit In A Box in 2018 to guide entrepreneurs in creating their own virtual summits in order to achieve fast business growth. Hear how she does it in today’s episode.
I’m also really excited to tell you about the launch of my own virtual summit! The Profitable Membership Summit runs February 23-26 and is aimed at coaches, consultants and professionals who want to grow their business through membership programmes. Register for FREE at profitablemembershipsummit.com and check out my All Access and VIP packages.
What You’ll Learn From This Episode:
- Why Krista was inspired to create Summit In A Box.
- The differences between a summit and a conference.
- Why summits are a “long game’ and why Krista is still seeing a pay-off from her first event!
- The four things that summit hosts miss.
- The importance of researching your audience and then niching down on the areas they’re interested in.
- The potential value of affiliate payouts.
- What to expect from The Profitable Membership Summit.
Links to Resources Mentioned in this Episode:
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