- Branding and Advertising Speakers
- Business Speakers
- Online Marketing and E business Speakers
- Social Media Experts and Bloggers
Testimonials for Troy Dean
"Troy speaks with authority on all aspects of Social Media and gave illuminating insights into the methodologies to create interesting, pertinent and effective communication with our existing and new clients."
Stuart Major - Proctor Major & Chairperson CPA VIC Public Practice Committee
"In every step, the methods for the cut-to-the-chase implementation of the shape and content of my new business are so far ahead of what others are doing out there. It’s the best decision I’ve made this year."
Abbe Holmes – Corporate Video Performance Coach
"Your workshop on Tuesday night was the best investment I have made in my business for a long time. Thank you. Your insight, expertise and clear step by step explanation of “How to” really was a revelation and inspirational."
Annie Thomas - Annie’s Escape, Warburton
Fee Range: Up to $5000
Troy Dean's Biography
Troy is an online marketing speaker, coach, consultant and podcaster. He specialises in helping businesses and entrepreneurs use the Internet to attract new customers and build their communities.
Troy doesn’t bang on about creating raving fans who will beat down your door to demand your help and he doesn’t use fear tactics like "your business will be dead in 5 years if you don't have a Facebook page, aaaaarrrrghhhhh!"
Troy shares very practical step-by-step solutions to help business owners and marketers attract new clients and raise their profile.
Troy has worked with clients such as IBM, CPA, Law Institute of Victoria and Westpac
Speaking Topics Include
Online Marketing Roadmap: An Overall Guide to Building a Successful Online Strategy
Building Recurring Revenue Through Online Community
Forget About Customers, Build An Audience: The Importance of Online Community
Google: The World's Busiest Librarian (and how to get your books recommended)
Useful Is The New Cool: How to Win Customers by Being Helpful
Open Source Success: Business Lessons from the Open Source Community