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7 Tips How Influencers like Jason Wojo and Luis Jorge Rios Speak on Digital Stages

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The Rise in Digital Summits

Luis Jorge Rios is known as Journalist and for organizing TEDx events. Covid-19 presents challenges in holding such forums. There was a major issue with TEDx when Luis was in the hospital recovering from COVID  the government didn’t allow normal events.  However, Tony Delgado (CEO and Founder of Disrupt Magazine) helped to rethink how to conduct the conferences by advising to move them into Zoom, which saved the event.  Since then an explosion of online summits has been rocking the online world. One thing for sure they are here and they aren’t going anywhere.

Stages have been the theme on sharing stories and pulling organizations and companies together. 2020 has been the year to change how people approach speaking careers.  Zoom meetings have become the new center stage for even TED to showcase new ideas. TED has even evolved other platforms because of the recent pandemic such as TED circles. Many companies and influencers were already keen to jump onto digital meetings and using them to make events. At the time of this article, Zoom reached 50 billion no doubt a direct correlation because of more meetings and events online. So it would be of great benefit to understand this new way of speaking to the masses.  Hopping on the new methods and mastering it early will help your speaking career for years to come.


7 Tips to Get on a Digital Stage.

1. Getting invited to digital stages translates to content on social media platforms give, give, give.

2. Good real content that helps people in a time of need such as motivation and inspiration.

3. Give examples of your own struggles and how you overcame them.

4. Give without expecting in return to get approached to share your story and ideas to the masses.

5. Give advice out free to build a loyal following.

6. Speak for free until you get some experience and can offer massive value and charge.

7. Have a website showcasing your work.

Upcoming  Digital Summit

One event that is coming up in the next view days aims to help people grow online.

The Drive Summit, set to happen on June 17 th – 19th, 2020, will be bringing influencers like Luis Jorge and Jason Wojo in the digital stages.

Luis will be touching on his military experiences and speaking business on how to leverage the personal brand to build organizations.

Jason is an SEO master and will be talking about ranking your keywords effectively with simple tricks that most agencies will charge you to know and much more.

The Drive Summit, powered by Vonza, ran by Dr. Faith is an online summit that empowers entrepreneurs to start and grow their online businesses in 2020.

The power of entrepreneurship is undeniable, and we are on a mission to empower the masses to pick themselves up and put themselves in charge of their destiny. The summit is a 3-days online event packed with 35+ expert speakers with great content that will help drive your online business in 2020.

Take Action 

I hope that this brought you value and most important like all things in life for you to actually take action. Using these key points will help you land speaking online and surely also offline. I will be speaking at the summit mention in this article for more details. Check out the summit here 

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