Merciful — and not mercenary.
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I have only very rarely spoken of SpeakerSite, the business suggested by Rob Emrich, which we co-founded in 2008. It quickly became the world's largest social network of public speakers. Imagine that!
SpeakerSite is mission-driven to democratize public speaking — opening doors and turning on microphones so all of us can share what we know.
Because everyone has a message. And every message has an audience.
Today, Will You Permit Me An Update?
Well, after years of toil, Rob and I — with the smart folks at QStartLabs — have launched the 2.0 of SpeakerSite.
It's the SpeakerSite Marketplace.
Would you please take a look and let me know what you think of it? It's at speakersite.com.
I'd sure appreciate that.
Why did we do it?
Because the 5,000+ members of SpeakerSite Social Network have long asked for the functionality of a marketplace, where meeting planners can find, assess, and contact speakers. And our social network technology platform wasn't flexible enough to do it.
So we bit the bullet.
And we've chewed on the bullet for nearly 30 months. We've spent a lot of money and time developing SpeakerSite 2.0 Marketplace.
Would you please take a look and let me know what you think?
Oh, and feel free to list yourself. (That's free.)
Oh, and feel free to upgrade to a Professional Listing. (That's not free, but valuable.)