List Building Experiment: How Speaking on a Virtual Summit Grew My Email List 3 Comments Gregory Anne Cox on 10/11/2017 at 11:51 pm Hey Yanni, today is the last day of my 10/20 speaker summit so I’m a fan of them for list building and engaging with some smart people to bring value to my original tribe and introduce their peeps to the other expert’s communities. Pretty much a win win. Now all we need is a virtual summit guest speaker agency…..I was a guest on someone else’s today but I don’t have a systemized way to find summits and pitch them. Any ideas? Yannick Ilunga on 18/01/2018 at 1:27 pm Hi Gregory Anne, I’ve never heard of virtual summit guest speaker agencies…but I’d say that you could start by doing a Google search for a specific topic/keyword + summit/virtual summit. An additional thing worth looking into are sites and people who list conferences, events for a year (2017, 2018, etc.) – I know that virtual summits are sometimes included in such lists too. Last but not least, you could try to look for communities dedicated to learning how to create virtual summits (like Navid Moazzez’s Virtual Summit Mastery and Bailey Richerts’ Virtual Summit School). That’s where many soon-to-be summit organizers are Gregory Anne Cox on 18/01/2018 at 3:57 pm Thanks so much for the suggestions Yannick. I am familiar with Navid but not Bailey. And the conference search is also a good idea. I’m on the fence about whether to do one next year. This year was year 7 and it didn’t light me up though I heard from people that they got value. Itching for a creative twist on an old theme.