FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Public Relations Dept
San Jose, CA
February 3, 2014
Dr Bill Belew of Sunnyvale, CA, will be a featured Special Interest speaker on Azamara Lines this spring. The ship travels from Florida to Nice with stops in the Azores, Gibraltar, Cartagena, Mahon Menorca, Cannes and on to Nice. The voyage will have nine seas days. Lectures are given primarily when the ship is at sea.
Dr. Bill Belew holds a Doctorate of Education and an MFA. Most recently he taught social media marketing in the MBA program at the International Technological University. He has served six years as the Dissertation Advisor for PhD candidates at the University of Phoenix. As President/CEO of CosmoFairNetwork, he manages the largest blog network in Asia.
His talks will comprise:
Talk 1: Social Media – What’s all the hype about anyway?
Talk 2: Facebook – Connecting with long lost friends and family
Talk 3: Twitter, LinkedIn and Google + – Where to start?
Talk 4: The King of Social Media – How to Beat Anybody at Anything
Dr Belew is a principal of SpeakOnCruises.com, A Silicon Valley enterprise that conducts group webinars, technical instruction on the tools speakers need to master, individual webinars, and in-person face-to-face consulting. Their website displays a robust blog with free information to visitors. A free white paper program is also available and monthly Meetups for interested parties in the Bay Area of San Jose. SpeakOnCruises has relations with industry agencies to assist in the placement of qualified speakers.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Rick Deutsch
San Jose, CA (June 20, 2013) – Cruise ship speaking veterans Rick Deutsch and Bill Belew have announced a new offering for the industry. Using internet technology, SpeakOnCruises.com provides training for prospective speakers. Most of the 50-odd lines highlight days at sea by featuring 45-minute presentations by experts in their field. Current and retired military, politicians, sports figures, etc. are often center stage to audiences.
SpeakOnCruises.com is not a travel or booking agency. Rather, the process of gaining a cruise ship assignment is core to the company. With over 7-years experience on multiple cruise lines, Deutsch and Belew have learned and mastered the process to train anyone to be accepted by cruise ships directly or through key agents.
They stress that individuals need to be able to give at least four talks that are interesting yet fun. Polished speakers employ multimedia and audience involvement to make for a fun experience.
The home office is in California’s Silicon Valley, allowing SpeakOnCruises.com access to the latest Social media, Webinar, Meet Up and tool development minds in the country. Their focus is helping motivated individual learn and obtain free cruises for two worldwide.
Press Contact: Rick Deutsch, 408-888-4752, email@example.com
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Look over to the right of this blog. You’ll see a new video that we made – just for you…and you…and you! It’s your pals, Rick and Bill spouting the good words of cruising.
We thought it would be useful for prospects to see us in action. We’re both tall – but Rick is taller (and better looking). We have faces meant for radio. We have fun running SpeakOnCruises and are impressed with the folks that engage us to help them.
We give you the tools to succeed. We don’t guarantee that anyone will get a gig. That’s up to you. But we’ve been doing it a long time and know the scoop. You have to know more than others about a subject. Your talks need to be fun for “older” people on vacation. No Wall Street Journal content. Think USA Today. NOT fluff, but don’t make the audience think.
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Many just want to get out of the sun. Don’t take it personally if they snooze – you are trying to get a free cruise. If you deliver, you will have a blast.
Click on the video – it only runs a few minutes. Give us a critique. Want us to do more? How’s the audio? I edit them on a MACBook, using iMovie. Easy – Peezy. I use this same skill to make the required YouTubes for people. Let’s talk.