If you need a fun and dynamic keynote speaker for your meeting, please consider Jeff Ogden for this role.
He’s a keynote speaker on marketing, sales and social media – who would be a dynamite presenter at your next marketing conference, including events such as
Sirius Decisions Summit. and the
High Five Conference run by my good friend, Stan Phelps.
If you’re looking for a great keynote speakers for your next big company meeting, send an email to jeff.ogden at findnewcustomers.com
I did give a great keynote speech at the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, but I now live in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area and I’m a keynote speaker for Vistige Florida now.
This page will soon be lots better when we publish the new video on keynote speaking we shot recently with Bob Turel, the Presentation Coach , which will replace the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce photo you see here.
Go to the bottom of the page for a sample speaker application and an article on keynote best practices.
Here are some questions for people booking keynote speakers:
- Want a marketing keynote speaker who wows your crowd and gets them moving?
- Who can tell great stories and engage their minds and emotions? Please note that due to a major fall, I am a living medical miracle and that is one Hell of a story
- Who’s a great speaker on stage and gives a kick-ass speech?.
Want the man who did 2 radio shows entitled”How to Become Famous and Meet Really Cool People?” Who can say no to that kind of offer?
Want the man famous for booking and interviewing awesome guests on Marketing Made Simple TV? Such as Beth Comstock, Chief Marketing Officer of GE, Daniel Pink, the New York Times best-selling author, or Guy Kawasaki, who is famous and has about 1.6 million Twitter followers.
The keynote speaker Jeff Ogden booked tons of famous people on that show and the skills to book big names is a keynote speech skill.
Want to see this great marketing keynote speaker in action? Just visit Find New Customers and set up your FREE 15 minute call with Jeff Ogden.
Keynote Speech delivery (sort of)
April 5, 2014 at Foxwoods Resorts and Casino, this keynote speaker was hired to deliver a keynote speech at a BIG company event for a company called Servpro, but due to a major injury due to his fall, his keynote was cancelled.
They lost their conference budget, so we were unable to reschedule the keynote speech with them, but we hope to soon when they get a budget back.
Keynote Speaking Tips used by the very best speakers.
The more you personalize your presentation to your audience, the more they will enjoy it! Here are more tips for you:
- Walk away from the podium and use body language in your speech.
- Tell a great story and engage the audience.
- Don’t use slides with text – use graphics if needed.
- Get a coach to record your successions and practice, practice, practice, like I do.
How to learn more about this keynote speaker
For a sample speaker submission, click on Speaker Submission for Jeff Ogden
For additional information, read 5 Ways to Create a Kick-Ass Keynote Presentation.
To contact Jeff about your next marketing conference, Talk to Jeff