Janusz is one of the most informed and dynamic
speakers I have ever heard. Ted delivers more
per hour than most speakers can deliver in a
full day. His presentation style keeps you interested
and wanting to hear what words of wisdom he
will share next!
Ted delivers! :o)
your practice have a Facebook page?
you could hire someone who has pierced body parts
and tattoos for those parts that aren't pierced to
try to demystify the phenomenally expanding use of
Social Media for your audience.
business people need a speaker who is not a technology geek
to be able to explain it to them - in terms they can actually
business people are fascinated not by the technology (like
many Social Media speakers are) but rather by how they can
use this expanding trend to actually benefit themselves
and their businesses, and how can they use the tools to
promote themselves and their businesses on a shoestring
an experienced Baby Boomer explain why and how to use Facebook,
LinkedIn, Twitter and other Social Media to your Baby Boomers
- in ways your audience can actually relate to.
instance, do you realize that the fastest growth in Facebook
users is now among females age 55 to 65?
of Ted's Marketing and Social Media Conference presentation
our entertaining, fast-paced session, your client will discover:
A form of marketing that always works
The differences among the popular Social Media sites
The correct use of these tools in marketing to their potential
How to get their current clients to sell for them - at
presents his Social Media Marketing workshops in Minneapolis,
Chicago, Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, New Orleans and other
cities across the country. Attendees of these workshops
range from representatives of government agencies who have
limited budgets to reach their clientele, to casino employees
looking for new ways to reach high-stakes players.
is the author of The Social Media Guide for the Insurance
explains how to use LinkedIn
to grow your business
is the author of The Social Media Marketing Guide for
the Parking Professional
for Ted's recent conference breakout session
Ted's article from
"Did You Hear the One About You? Ten Steps to Protecting
Your Reputation Online"
"Should Your Practice Have a Facebook Page?"
Ted's CD-ROMs today:
evaluations from a recent presentation:
is engaging, enthusiastic, personable, does his homework
on his audience, is an excellent speaker and writer, approachable,
knowledgeable and very effective as a facilitator/trainer.
Aside from all the necessary attributes for being a good
facilitator and speaker, Ted is simply likable.
I am at a conference breakout session, if I am not feeling
engaged by the speaker, I will seek out another conference
session. Iíve recommended Ted to meeting planners because
he keeps the audience engaged. I donít sit in on sessions
simply for the CEU requirements. I am there to learn. I
always learn from Ted Janusz. He is an excellent speaker
engages his audience while providing detailed and worthwhile
content on his speaking topic. When social media sources
were new in the industry, Ted was at the forefront of presenting
best practices for Linked-in, Facebook, Twitter, and more,
as they relate to the professional business person. Ted
offers best practices and is excellent at follow-through.
He provides updates on his seminar topics and offers a newsletter.
Good speakers are also good coaches. A good coach makes
sure that his students stay up to date on the best practices.
Ted does this quite effectively.
I ever have a question, I know that Ted is an excellent
resource to ask. No matter what his schedule is, he is always
prompt at getting back to me."
far, the best presentation I have ever attended on the topic
of social networking. You were AWESOME!"
was almost perfect on a variety of levels."
presentation - nobody talked or napped while you spoke after
heard you speak last November and really enjoyed and appreciated
your presentation. At that time, I was employed by a Farm
Credit Association. I am now working with a very strong,
growing bank. We are launching a new ad campaign and we
are re-designing our Website. I came across my notes from
your presentation, and wanted to ask for your words of wisdom.
Thank you for your assistance."
speaker, presented a ton of info in a short time."
was very dynamic and kept my attention."
you for speaking at the Mid-America Conference on Hearing
in Lexington, KY. You certainly thrust many of us into the
correct direction with the Internet terminology! Having
to ask our children and grandchildren can be daunting.
information and stories that supported the information certainly
held all of our attention. Now put into place the marketing!
Thanks for being our speaker!"
class was the best one on the schedule. Makes a difference
when you have a professional person speaking!"
wanted to thank you for delivering two very fascinating
and outstanding seminars last week at the IAAP Convention
in New Orleans! They were, to me, the best seminars presented
there, and I attended quite a few."
was one of the most interesting, fast-paced, informative
two hours I have been to in 15 years of conferences. I loved
it and learned a lot."
was entertaining, well-informed and geared the presentation
to how it could help business."
you for spending time with us at the IAAP Convention this
week. I enjoyed your seminar on Tuesday. It was very informative
and you kept my interest the whole time. I have a small
home based business and this information will help me out
in my efforts to market my business. Thank you again for
would have liked more time for him! Excellent!"
attended your session on the above subject today at the
IAAP International conference and enjoyed it very interesting,
pertinent, and enjoyable. Hopefully, we will be able to
provide our website guests the "jolts" of information they
are searching for. Thanks much."
this gentleman back!"
really enjoyed the two seminars you presented last week
that I attended. I would never have dreamed that companies
were using You Tube for marketing campaigns. Our legal department
would probably never allow anything that would suggest a
risk to a forklift operator, but I can't wait to take a
look at a few of these to see if there would be some way
to use this for at least my area of the company which is
the marketing of forklift parts.Thank you again for all
the latest information you provided to us."
his energy, great speaker!"
you so much for the excellent presentation at the IAAP conference
in New Orleans. You were fantastic! Thank you also for the
book - excellent! I learned so much in the short 2 hour
timeframe and also from reading your book. Thank you again.
I will recommend you to my clients and organizations."
expectations. Excellent info and energy."
big "thank you" for sharing your time, knowledge, and talents
with our members. I heard nothing but good things about
your presentation. Great content delivered in an easy to
understand professional way. Your relaxed calm presentation
skills made the technical information fun and unthreatening
to a person that is normally afraid to be left alone in
a room with a computer."
you were incredible! We have begged for technology sessions,
but I never expected to get this much meat and entertainment
at one sitting. I feel empowered!"
have no idea how much you helped me out yesterday - your
presentation was just fantastic. My husband and I bought
a camera and digital recorder on the way home yesterday
and are headed into the world of YouTube today!"
learned so much from your presentation style too! I am a
novice in this business, and having the opportunity to observe
a real pro is very inspirational!"
was able to relate his info to his audience. Will attend
any presentations he makes in the future, and will book
him into two other events."
- just seeing another Western Pennsylvanian make it big
is quite motivational!"
us to book Ted today!