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What do you consider to be a speaker bureau?
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Monday, September 19, 2011

 
 What do you consider to be a speaker bureau?

1) Ten or more speakers offered?. (Congregation.)

2) A place that will seek out a speaker they don't have? (Referral)

3) A place that takes commissions? (Financial model)

4) A web site that offers a variety (Cornucopia.)

5) Speakers listed without a fee. (not a paid site or association.)

6) Clear unique ownership (Not a duplicate search engine spam site, entity offering multiple bureaus)

7) Accepted as a member of the ISAB (Industry acceptance.)

8) Public ownership of the domain, in the name the bureau. (Clear ownership.)

9) Street address on the web site and a local business phone number. (Boots on the ground.)

10) Staff Directory by name and title on the site.

11) Phone number clearly related with bureau and not other entity.
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