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Hey there,

Despite what’s happening in the world economy, there are a TON of publications and corporations that are actively trying to book consultants, coaches, speakers, agency owners, and online entrepreneurs to create content and train.

They need content to build their audience and communicate with their employees internally.

They need content to help them adjust to a new reality. Content is king right now and as a content creator and/or expert on your topic, you don’t lack for lucrative opportunities.

Over the last month, we've shared 102 bookable opportunities. You may have seen some of those posts, you may have missed some.

Today, we're putting them all in one place so that you can take massive action and add revenue to your business.

Our program is officially closed and won't reopen for a while.

This list and the content you'll continue receiving on this email list is simply to add value. I have some more GREAT content coming your way.

Okay, here is the full list:

Business Publications

1. Inc. Magazine

They pay eight dollars and fifty cents for every one thousand page views.

Every time any of your articles (new or old) are viewed, it adds up.

We have LPM students that are making more ten thousand dollars a month from their content on Inc.

They are looking for regular columnists. Meaning, when you pitch, you should pitch a unique column idea that fills a gap.

Cultural topics are a good gap column idea to pitch and anything related to the Coronavirus (and not losing a business) would get their interest.

The place to send pitches is through their online submission portal--it's the only place to pitch.

2. EDTECH

They pay two dollars a word for written content (per piece).

They are looking for content on business topics, technology, education, and digital transformation.

The place to send pitches is to Marla Clark.

3. Workforce Magazine

They pay three dollars a word for written content (per piece).

They are looking for content on mindset, personal development, finance, career advice, leadership development, high performance, team building, and diversity.

The place to send pitches is to Rick Bell.

4. BBC Britain

They pay five dollars a word for written content (per piece).

They are looking for articles on startups, digital marketing strategy, digital transformation, working remotely, business structure, and growing a business.

The place to send pitches is to Amanda Ruggeri.

5. Fortune

They pay two per word for written content (per piece).

They are looking for content on digital marketing, funnels, podcasting, digital transformation, working remotely, business structure, growing a business, sales, and mindset.

The place to send pitches is to Andrew Nusca.

6. Harper's Bazaar

They pay two thousand dollars for written content, audio, or video content (per piece).

They are looking for content on business growth, travel, marketing strategy, wellness and business, the entrepreneurial mindset, sales, and business finance.

The place to send pitches is to Putri Arifa Malik.

7. Vox

They pay two dollars per word for written content.

They are looking for articles on mindful entrepreneurship, business growth podcasting, funnels, scaling a business, sales, and digital marketing.

The place to send pitches is to Allison Rockey.

8. Southeast Asia Globe

They pay four dollars per word for written content.

They are looking for articles on entrepreneurship, business growth podcasting, wellness, leadership development, communication, scaling a business, sales, and digital marketing.

The place to send pitches is to editorial (at) globemediaasia dot com.

9. Discover Magazine

They pay two dollars per word for written content.

They are looking for articles on COVID-19 and business now, mindset hacks, personal development in business, marketing strategy, and high performance.

The place to send pitches is to Eric Betz.

Publications That Pay for Audio and Video Content

10. ALLURE. They pay $1K to $3K for audio and video content in the range of fifteen to twenty minutes.

They are looking for content on beauty tips, profiles, travel, and wellness.

11. Southeast Asia Globe. They pay $1K for audio and video content in the range of twenty to thirty minutes.

They are looking for content on society, politics, business/economy, lifestyle, and culture.

12. Redbook Magazine. They pay $1K to $2.5K for audio and video content in the range of fifteen to twenty minutes.

They are looking for content on beauty, body, shopping and more for women.

13. ESSENCE (For African American women). They pay $2K to $4K for audio and video content in the range of fifteen to twenty minutes.

They are looking for content on the topics of style, business, life, dating, travel, and more.

14. CONSUMER REPORTS (Online edition). They pay $1K to $2K for audio and video content in the range of fifteen to twenty minutes.

They are looking for content on the topics of product testing, consumer-oriented research, public education, and advocacy of technology.

15. High Time Magazines. They pay $1K to $1.5K for audio and video content.

They are looking for content on the topics of marijuana cultivation, counter-culture lifestyle, travel, entertainment, and psychedelics.

16. HARPER’S BAZAAR. They pay $3K to $5K for audio and video content in the range of thirty minutes to an hour.

They’re looking content on lifestyle, travel, business, luxury, cars, relationships, and more.

17. A List Apart. They pay $1K for audio and video content in the range of fifteen to twenty minutes.

They’re looking content on the topics of web design and development, business strategy, and project management.

18. AARP. They pay $1K to $3K for audio and video content in the range of twenty to thirty minutes.

They are looking for content on money, investments, savings, retirement, work issues, health, fitness, trends, studies, travel, and relationships.

Corporations Looking for Business Growth Content Writers

19. Henkel based out of Culver City, CA

They are a consumer goods company.

They’re looking for business writers to create internal blog posts and newsletters on using social media organically to build their audience online.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least six dollars a word.

Also, offer to create an organic social media posting template. Charge ten thousand dollars for it.

The person to pitch is Javier Andrade-Marin (CMO).

20. Cella based out of Rockville, MD

They are a consulting, staffing and managed solutions company.

They’re looking for business writers to create internal podcast episode scripts and webinar scripts on using creating high performance through good at-home habits.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least five dollars a word.

Also, offer to create podcasts and webinars strategy guide. Charge fifteen thousand dollars per guide.

The person to pitch is Maria Sommer (director of talent).

21. Federated Insurance based out of Owatonna, MN

They are an insurance company.

They’re looking for business writers to create email autoresponder content on creating additional revenue streams online, creating systems, the basics of online software, and digital transformation.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least six dollars a word.

Also, offer to create software guides teaching them how to use ActiveCampaign, Infusionsoft, webinar software, MailChimp, and more. Charge ten thousand dollars per guide.

The person to pitch is Robin Frette (learning and development leader).

Corporations That Want Writing Training

22. Sunvalleytek based out of Fremont, CA

They are a consumer electronics company.

They’re looking for training on copywriting, brand writing, and the process of writing copy for paid ads.
Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least six thousand dollars an hour.

I would also offer to create a copywriting training template for future copy they’ll want to create. Charge twenty thousand dollars for the template.

The person to pitch is Jeh Lin (CMO).

23. Spectrum based out of Stamford, CT

They are a telecommunications company.

They’re looking for training on how to write effective blog posts, newsletter written content, and advanced strategies for written content on social media.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least fifteen thousand dollars an hour.

I would also offer to create a blog post tutorial. It would be a screen shared training in which you walked them through creating blog posts. Charge at least ten thousand dollars for the tutorial.

The person to pitch is Caswell Huff (CMO).

24. Red Ventures based out of Fort Mill, SC

They are a marketing and advertising company.

They’re looking for training on written content for funnels, strategies for written content and SEO, and software sales copy.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least ten thousand dollars an hour.

I would also offer to create an SEO and funnels ‘cheat sheet’ that trains them on best practices. Charge at least ten thousand dollars per cheat sheet.

The person to pitch is Tim Kullick (COO).

25. Sparks Group based out of Rockville, MD

They are a staffing and recruiting company.

They’re looking for training on how to write LinkedIn content, content for groups, and media pitches.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least twelve thousand dollars an hour.

I would also offer to create a media pitch template so they can pitch media outlets in the future. Charge at least ten thousand dollars per template.

The person to pitch is Joan Gardiner (CMO).

Writer Opportunities

26. Boxy Charm based out of Pembroke Pines, FL

They are a makeup and self-care products company.

They’re looking for a writer that can write all of their ad copy.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past — and the industry standard for this type of writing — charge at least five dollars a word.

I would also offer to create a ‘writing prompts’ template for the copy they’ll use on their organic social media posting. Charge twenty thousand dollars per template.

The person to pitch is Kathy Mayor (CMO).

27. Aha! based out of Menlo Park, California

They are the world's number one roadmap software company.

They’re looking for writers to write blog posts, newsletters posts, social media posts, email content, and shorter ebooks and guides.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past — and the industry standard for this type of writing — charge at least seven dollars a word.

I would also offer to create several PDF lead magnets for their various websites. Charge at least five thousand dollars per lead magnet.

The person to pitch is Molly Jane Quinn (CIO).

28. American Society for Engineering Education based out of Washington, DC

They are an education for the engineering professions company.

They’re looking for writers to write for their various magazines.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past — and the industry standard for this type of writing — charge at least three dollars a word.

I would also offer to create a monthly content plan for their magazines and social media posting. Charge five thousand dollars per month.

The person to pitch is Jasmin Rathod (CIO).

29. Noom Inc. based out of New York City

They are a behavior change company.

They’re looking for writers to write podcast episode scripts, video scripts, and letters from their executive team to remote employees.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past — and the industry standard for this type of writing — charge at least six dollars a word.

I would also offer to create a weekly employee newsletter to keep their team up to date on company changes. Charge at least thirty thousand dollars to get it set up.

The person to pitch is Brian Wright (COO).

30. WebFX based out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

They are a full-service web solutions company.

They’re looking for writers to write press releases, LinkedIn B2B content, Facebook group content, and content for funnels.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past — and the industry standard for this type of writing — charge at least five dollars a word.

I would also offer to create content on all of these channels monthly. Charge at least ten dollars a word and outsource the work.

The person to pitch is Trevin Shirey (COO).

Wellness Content for Corporations

31. Walgreens based out of Deerfield, Illinois

They are a consumer goods company.

They’re looking for wellness experts to create internal blog posts and newsletters on "tackling mental wellness to create healthy habits."

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least eight dollars a word.

Also, offer to create a ‘wellness habits template’ that educates employees on healthy habits. Charge ten thousand dollars for it.

The person to pitch is Chris Tiglas (DLD).

32. Cargill based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota

They are a food and beverage company.

They’re looking for wellness experts to create podcast episode and webinar scripts on "creating high performance and energy management through good at-home habits."

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least nine dollars a word.

Also, offer to create a webinar strategy script guide for their future webinars. Charge fifteen thousand dollars per guide.

The person to pitch is Patricia Moser (DLD).

33. FIS Global based out of Jacksonville, Florida

They are a financial services and software company.

They’re looking for wellness experts to create email autoresponder content on "the basics of food, exercise, sleep., and creating a strong mindset."

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least five dollars a word.

Also, offer to create a guide teaching them how to use wellness strategies to increase productivity. Charge twelve thousand dollars per guide.

The person to pitch is Kamaria Scott (DLD).

Digital Marketing Content for Corporations

34. CroppMetcalfe based out of Fairfax, VA

They are an environmental services company.

They’re looking for digital marketers to create internal podcast episode content on "understanding social media engagement, the basics of sales funnels, and how to set up effective chatbots."

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least three thousand dollars per episode.

Offer to create a ‘basics of digital marketing episode template that educates their marketing team on creating effective digital strategies.

Charge eight thousand dollars for the template.

The person to pitch is Kayleen Sutton (CMO).

35. Sagitec Solutions based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota

They are a software company in healthcare.

They’re looking for digital marketers to create webinar content on "generating leads online (paid and organic), brand strategy, and creating a better customer experience."

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least ten thousand dollars per webinar (just for the training).

Offer to create a webinar strategy script training video for future webinars.
Charge fifteen thousand dollars per guide.

The person to pitch is Stephanie Schrankle (CMO).

36. Altametrics based out of Costa Mesa, CA

They are a software company.

They’re looking for digital marketers to create internal blog posts, and private Facebook group posts, on "content marketing strategy, how to grow Instagram accounts, starting a podcast, and creating more effective video online."

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least six dollars a word.

Offer to create short ebooks (less than ten thousand words) that teach them digital marketing strategies.

Charge ten thousand dollars per ebook.

The person to pitch is Daphne Blake (COO).

Corporate Content Creation Revenue Streams

37. Copywriting

You are responsible for taking a company's advertising goals and generating original copy ideas that grab the attention of the target audience.

This can include creating straplines, slogans, body copy, social media posts, funnel copy, and scripts

You'll get paid for the strategy — you aren’t tied to the result of what you teach. You won't do the implementation.

This type of training is no different than the way you have trained as an online business owner that does virtual training.

IF they want you to create copy, you would charge an implementation service fee. That fee is in the range of five to fifteen dollars a word.

For example:

*** SYKES based out of Tampa, Florida

They are an outsourcing company.

They are trying to book a copywriting expert to teach them copywriting strategies and are willing to negotiate a full implementation package.

Based on what they've paid for training, charge at least eight thousand dollars per one-off session (two to four hours) and seven dollars a word for any implementation.

The person to pitch is Missi Carmen (CMO).

38. Blog Writing

You are responsible for conceptualizing, writing, and editing corporate blog content.

This includes posts on their website and internal blog posts for their teams.

The industry-standard fee for corporate blog creation is three to ten dollars a word.

For example:

*** Kelly Services based out of Troy, Michigan

They are a staffing and recruiting company.

They are looking for training on creating effective blog posts and looking to book a blog writer for an eight-month contract.

Based on what they've paid for training, charge at least six thousand dollars per one-off session (two to four hours) and four dollars a word for creating blog posts.

The person to pitch is Megan Raftery (CMO).

39. Social Media Content Creation

You are responsible for taking a company's social media goals and generating ideas that grab the attention of the target audience.

This type of content creation and training is valued by corporations and they pay big bucks.

The corporate industry-standard rate is five hundred dollars per post and five to ten dollars a word.

For example:

*** Quicken based out of Menlo Park, California

They are a financial services company.

They are looking for social media content experts to "train and create social media content that engages and grows their loyal community of Quicken fans."

Based on what they've paid for training, charge at least fifteen thousand dollars per one-off session (two to four hours) and ten dollars a word to create their social media posts.

The person to pitch is Casey Hurbis (CMO).

40. SEO Content

You are responsible for training and creating content that is optimized for search engines.

This opportunity is hot right now and there are a TON of companies that want SEO optimized content.

The corporate industry-standard rate is four to twenty dollars a word.

For example:

*** Shepherd Center based out of Atlanta, Georgia

They are a healthcare company.

They are looking for SEO content experts to train and create SEO content that helps them rank for several keywords.

Based on what they've paid for training, charge at least ten thousand dollars per one-off session (two to four hours) and five dollars a word to create SEO content.

The person to pitch is Jane Sanders (CMO).

41. Podcast and Video Scripts

You are responsible for training and creating content that helps a corporation produce the best video and podcasts for their internal and external use.

Corporations pay for a variety of content creation and these two happen to be hot right now because of their teams working remotely.

The corporate industry-standard rate is five to ten dollars a word to create the scripts.

For example:

*** Lionbridge based out of Waltham, MA

They are a linguistics company.

They are looking for video and podcast content experts train and create scripts for their internal use on webinars and podcasts for their employees.

Based on what they've paid for training, charge at least twelve thousand dollars per one-off session (two to four hours) and seven dollars a word to create video and podcast scripts.

The person to pitch is Jaime Punishill (CMO).

Personal Development Content for Corporations

42. CSX based out of Jacksonville, FL

They are a transportation company.

They’re looking for personal development internal newsletters written on "communication, leadership, high-performance, mindset, and workplace relationships."

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least eight dollars per word.

You can also offer to create a ‘basics of personal development guide’ that teaches teams each of the main personal development topics.

These guides would be around three to five thousand words. Charge ten thousand dollars per guide.

The person to pitch is Rebecca Callahan (HRD).

43. Salesforce based out of Indianapolis, Indiana

They are a software and technology company.

They’re looking for personal development internal blog posts written on "building better habits at home, understanding energy, and developing the entrepreneurial mindset."

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least ten dollars per word.

You can also offer to create a template for their executive team to use to create personal development memos quicker.

Charge twelve thousand dollars per template.

The person to pitch is Sandra Schrick (GTD).

44. NBKC Bank based out of Kansas City, MO

They are a financial services company.

They’re looking for personal development internal webinar scripts written on "developing leadership, healthy mental wellness, creating a stronger mindset, and at home self-care routines."

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least six dollars per word.

The person to pitch is Jessica Eggers (CPO).

45. Pushpay based out of Redmond, Washington

They are an information technology company.

They’re looking for personal development internal podcast episode scripts written on "healing past mental blocks, dealing with negative internal communication, and inter-work relationship management."

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least seven dollars per word.

You can also offer to create a podcast script template. Charge ten thousand dollars per template.

The person to pitch is Michael S. Erisman (HRD).

Social Media Content for Corporations

46. Home Depot based out of Atlanta, Georgia

They are a home improvement company.

They’re looking for social media content for all of their social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and LinkedIn).

They want written posts created and training on creating effective videos, audio, graphics, and photos.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least seven dollars a word for written content, and ten thousand dollars an hour for training.

The person to pitch is Lisa DeStefano (CMO).

47. Teramind based out of Aventura, Florida

They are a software company.

They’re looking for social media content for their Facebook, Facebook groups, and Instagram.

They want written posts created that highlights software and engages their audience.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least four dollars a word.

The person to pitch is Eli Sutton (COO).

48. Madison Square Garden Company based out of New York City

They are an entertainment company.

They’re looking for social media training on creating engaging content for Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube, and Tik Tok.

They want practical strategy that helps them create better content.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least twelve thousand dollars an hour for training.

The person to pitch is Mary Wilson (CMO).

49. Brightech Company based out of Los Angles, California

They are a consumer goods company.

They’re looking for social media content written to build and engage connections with their consumers via Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least $500 per post.

The person to pitch is Moshe Adelman (COO).

50. Liberty Mutual Insurance based out of Boston, MA

They are an insurance company.

They’re looking for social media content written to engage customers on Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least $1,000 per post.

The person to pitch is Jenna Lebel (CMO).

Video Content Creators

51. Liberty Mutual Insurance based out of Boston, MA

They are an insurance company.

They want video training on understanding how to create effective marketing videos, best practices for video on social media, and using video in email marketing.

The advertised rate is ten thousand dollars per one-off training and they want it done virtually.

Be sure to also charge an ongoing Q&A consultation fee of twelve thousand dollars a month.

The person to pitch is Jenna Lebel (CMO).

52. Jobot based out of Irvine, CA

They are a staffing and career company.

They want video training on using video to communicate with remote teams, setting up internal webinars, and video conference software tips and strategy.

The advertised rate is fifteen thousand dollars per one-off training.

Be sure to also charge if they want set-up assistance. That fee should easily be seventy-five thousand dollars plus.

The person to pitch is Lindsay Effler Nichols (COO).

53. Paradox based out of Scottsdale, Arizona

They are an AI company.

They want video training on using video to communicate with remote teams, setting up internal webinars, using video in paid advertising, video tips for posting on social media, and video production strategy and tools.

The advertised rate is twelve thousand dollars per one-off training.

Be sure to also offer to license of any online courses you have on video marketing and video production. Charge at least two thousand dollars per license, per employee, per year.

The person to pitch is Josh Zywien (CMO).

Wellness Training for Corporations

54. Wakemed based out of Raleigh, NC

They are a health care organization.

They are trying to book wellness speakers for virtual speeches on "the basics of wellness-focused mindset during times of crisis."

Based on what they’ve paid speakers in the past, charge at least fifteen thousand dollars per one-off virtual speech.

I would also upsell the licensing of any wellness courses you have.

The person to pitch is Rick Shrum (CSO)

55. Kroger based out of Cincinnati, Ohio

They are a nationwide grocery chain.

They are trying to book wellness coaches to train on "dealing with mental wellness, creating healthy habits, and the basics of at-home workouts."

Based on what they’ve paid speakers in the past, charge at least twenty thousand dollars per one-off virtual speech.

I would also upsell the sales of any wellness books you have. Charge a markup of five dollars a book and offer bulk purchases.

The person to pitch is Michael McAffee (HR)

56. Aramark based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

They are a food services, facilities management, and uniforms company.

They are trying to book wellness consultants to train on "creating healthy habits, bodyweight workout training, and physical and mental wellness."

Based on what they’ve paid speakers in the past, charge at least ten thousand dollars per one-off virtual speech.

I would also upsell setting up a full wellness training program. Charge one hundred and twenty thousand dollars for that.

The person to pitch is Stevens Sainte-Rose (HR)

57. Citi based out of New York City

They are a financial services company.

They are trying to book wellness trainers to train on "at-home wellness, staying active, nutrition strategy, and mastering energy."

Based on what they’ve paid speakers in the past, charge at least twelve thousand dollars per one-off virtual speech.

I would also upsell setting up a monthly wellness newsletter or podcast.

Each month, they send out wellness advice to their employees through written and audio.

Charge fifteen thousand dollars a month for either.

The person to pitch is Larry Brignati (HR)

Specific Companies That Want Training on Online Software

58. Kimberly-Clark Corporation based out of Irving, TX

They are a large consumer products company.

They want entrepreneurs to teach them how to "create sales funnels using ClickFunnels and Leadpages, how to set up webinars using Zoom and Go to Webinar, and how to build a connected tech stack using Infusionsoft and Kartra."

The advertised rate is twelve thousand dollars per virtual one-off training (per each) and one hundred thousand dollars to get it set it all up.

The person to pitch is Alessandra Castro (CMO).

59. Plante Moran based out of Southfield, Michigan

They are the nation’s largest certified public accounting, tax, and wealth management firm.

They want entrepreneurs to teach them how to "create autoresponder series in MailChimp, learn how to create effective campaigns, and basic email marketing tips."

The advertised rate is ten thousand dollars per virtual one-off training.

They also want an agency to manage their email marketing. They are offering fifteen thousand dollars a month for that.

The person to pitch is Marten van Pelt (CMO).

60. Lucid Motors based out of Newark, California

They are a luxury mobility company.

They want entrepreneurs to teach them on "the basics of Ontraport, the technical set up, and incorporating Stripe and Paypal with it."

The advertised rate is fifteen thousand dollars per virtual one-off training.

They also want entrepreneurs to coach their sales team on how to use pipeline (AcitveCampaign, Pipe Drive) software for follow up and closing more deals.

They are also paying fifteen thousand dollars per virtual one-off training on this.

The person to pitch is Doreen Allen (COS).

61. Pokemon Company International based out of Bellevue, Washington

They are an all things Pokemon company.

They want entrepreneurs to teach them how to "understand branding and content development using Converkit, the basics of effective email strategy, and how to create an email content plan."

The advertised rate is twenty thousand dollars per virtual one-off training.

The person to pitch is Taito Okiura (CMO).

Companies Pay for Content Creation

62. Liberty Mutual Insurance based out of Boston, MA

They want entrepreneurs to help them "create compelling videos, understand more effective copywriting, and create a monthly editorial content plan."

The advertised rate for this position is multiple six figures.

Be sure to also charge for template creation.

You can create templates on these various areas of content and charge ten thousand dollars per template because they'll constantly reuse them.

The person to pitch is Jenna Lebel (CMO).

63. Uber based out of San Francisco, California

They want entrepreneurs to help them "create content for Facebook groups, create segmented email autoresponder content, develop blog posts, and social media content tips."

The advertised rate for this position is multiple six figures.

Be sure to also charge for monthly training on content creation.

You can show up once a month (virtual training) and teach their marketing team different strategies for creating content. Charge ten thousand per training.

The person to pitch is Thomas Ranes (VPM).

Teaching Businesses How to Grow

64.Hulu based out of Santa Monica, CA

They are looking for business growth training on "company culture, growth strategy, and how to create an entrepreneurial mindset."

They want someone to teach them how to adjust their team to remote work while keeping their mindset strong and focused.

They have also said they want technical training on setting up webinars, using Slack and Asana, and using podcasting for internal communication.

Based on what they've invested in the past, charge at least fifteen thousand dollars per training (one to three hours).

Charge a recurring fee of ten thousand dollars a month for a set number of hours (a week) of Q&A access to you.

The person to pitch is Dan Phillips (CTO).

65. Live Nation based out of Beverly Hills, CA

They are looking for business growth training on "creating new revenue streams, using ClickFunnels, and copywriting tips."

They want various experts to teach their marketing team how to adjust their online business strategy.

Based on what they've invested in the past, charge at least six thousand dollars per training (one to three hours).

Charge a recurring fee of eight thousand dollars a month for a set number of hours (a week) of Q&A access to you.

The person to pitch is Braxton Luzier (head of training).

66. US Foods based out of Rosemont, IL

They are looking for business growth training on "creating peak performance, the basics of wellness, leadership principles, and mindset training."

They want various experts to teach their marketing team how to adjust their online business strategy.

Based on what they've invested in the past, charge at least ten thousand dollars per training (one to three hours).

Charge a recurring fee of ten thousand dollars a month for a set number of hours (a week) of Q&A access to you.

The person to pitch is Lisa DiGirolamo (head of training)

67. WalletHub based out of Washington, DC

They are looking for business growth training on "creating webinars, creating funnels, building a Facebook group, using email marketing, pitching, cold pitching, branding, and creating a podcast."

They want various experts to teach their marketing team how to adjust their online business strategy.

Based on what they've invested in the past, charge at least eight thousand dollars per training (one to three hours).

Charge a recurring fee of six thousand dollars a month for a set number of hours (a week) of Q&A access to you.

The person to pitch is Cristina Brait (TL).

68. Bloomin’ Brands based out of Tampa, Florida

They are looking for business growth training on "high performance, the entrepreneurial mindset, personal development, creating sales channels, and business growth strategy."

They want various experts to teach their marketing team how to adjust their online business strategy.

Based on what they've invested in the past, charge at least ten thousand dollars per training (one to three hours).

Charge a recurring fee of eight thousand dollars a month for a set number of hours (a week) of Q&A access to you.

The person to pitch is David Deno (COO).

John Maxwell Certified Coaches: Corporate Opportunities

69.
Conde Nast based out of New York, NY

They are trying to book a JM coach to speak on "the basics elements of effective leadership."

They want you to teach their team how to lead through growth and periods of flux.

Based on what they’ve paid speakers and consultants in the past, charge at least ten thousand dollars per one-off training.

I would also pitch an ongoing Q&A package for their executive team. Charge at least ten thousand a month.

The person to pitch is Stan Duncan (CPO)

70. Jack Henry and Associates based out of Monett, Missouri

They are trying to book a JM coach to speak on "self-management and decision making." They want someone to teach their staff how to be leaders.

They want someone to teach them the core principles of what you learned in JM training.

Based on what they’ve paid speakers and consultants in the past, charge at least six thousand dollars per one-off training.

I would also pitch an internal podcast where you drop content once a week on leadership. Charge at least one thousand dollars per episode.

The person to pitch is Tiffany Haynes (VHR)

71. Veeva based out of Pleasanton, California

They are trying to book a JM coach to speak on "the vision of a leader."

They want someone to help create a leadership vision that grows a company.

Based on what they’ve paid speakers and consultants in the past, charge at least eight thousand dollars per one-off training.

I would also pitch a weekly "leadership newsletter" in which you send them leadership tips on specific JM principles. Charge at least five hundred dollars per email.

The person to pitch is Catherine Roeder (DOT)

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72. Tiffany & Co. based out of New York City

They are trying to book a podcast professional to train on "the steps to grow a podcast."

They want a podcast expert to teach them how to hit "new and noteworthy" and then grow from there.

You can offer strategy consulting as your initial offer and then pitch a monthly coaching "maintenance" plan.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least ten thousand dollars per one-off (2 to 3 hours) training.

The person to pitch is Karine Schnapp (VP of marketing).

73. Vox Media based out of Washington, D.C

They are trying to book a podcast professional to train on "podcast content creation."

They want a podcast expert to teach them how to create episode content and how to deliver it on each episode.

You can offer strategy consulting as your initial offer and then pitch a custom podcast episode "content plan."

Note: charge at least six thousand dollars for each month of the plan.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least eight thousand dollars per one-off (2 to 3 hours) training.

The person to pitch is Jackie Cinguina (VP of marketing).

74. Walgreens based out of Deerfield, Illinois

They are trying to book a podcast professional to train on "creating an internal podcast."

They want a podcast expert to teach them how to communicate company updates with their team through podcasting.

You can offer strategy consulting as your initial offer and then pitch a full set up plan where you walk their marketing team through all of the logistics.

Note: charge at least fifty thousand dollars for full set up.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least twelve thousand dollars per one-off (2 to 3 hours) training.

The person to pitch is Patrick McLean (VP of marketing).

75. Charles Schwab based out of San Francisco, California

They are trying to book a podcast professional to train on "how to get advisors as guests on podcasts."

They want a podcast expert to teach them how to pitch podcast for interviews and get their key leaders featured on podcasts.

You can offer strategy consulting as your initial offer and then pitch a done-for-you featured service.

Note: charge at least five hundred dollars per show that you get them on and make sure you give the podcast host a cut.

Based on what they’ve invested in the past, charge at least ten thousand dollars per one-off (2 to 3 hours) training.

The person to pitch is Helen Loh (VP of marketing).

Four Virtual Contractor Positions That Pay Six Figures Plus

76. Virtual CFO

Do you have real experience with finance?

A virtual CFO manages relationships, weekly meetings, and forecasting.

They help establish KPIs and regular financial reporting. They review budgets and cash forecasts.

They raise cash, establish cash reserves, and properly incentivize employees.

They help maximize profits and minimize taxes to meet the financial needs of the company.

This is a crucial role for organizations right now and they pay well for it.

For example:

SmartBug Media based out of Irvine, CA is looking for a virtual CFO.

They're a growing digital marketing agency that's looking for a finance expert to help manage the functions I mentioned above.

The advertised rate for this contractor position is six figures plus.

The person to pitch is Alexis Hauser (director of talent).

77. Virtual Marketing Director

Digital marketing is the future and companies instantly understand its value.

It's especially important now for businesses.

A marketing director's role is to plan and implement sales, create marketing plans, and develop products targeted toward existing and new markets.

Digital marketing is super HOT.

This role helps with the strategy behind social media content, start and build a podcast, directs the copywriting, implements funnel strategy.

They oversee the running of paid ads, build email lists, and all things marketing and digital.

For example:

Taoti Creative based out of Washington, DC

They are looking for a virtual digital marketing director to handle the responsibilities I mentioned above.

They are a growing creative agency.

The advertised rate for this contractor position is six figures plus.

The person to pitch is James Krol (director of business development).---

78. Virtually Sales Director

A sales director's role is to manage all sales efforts, strategically plan and launch new products or services, and ensure the company continues to provide excellent customer service.

They motivate the sales team and ensure the sales team meets expected sales targets.

They create and communicate weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual sales goals.

For example:

Liberty Mutual Insurance based out of Boston, MA is looking for a virtual sales director for one of their divisions.

They want a contractor that can help create a plan to boost sales and reduce salesperson turnover.

They are a large insurance agency.

The advertised rate for this contractor position is multiple six figures.

The person to pitch is Claudia Gonzalez (DHR).---

79. Virtual Wellness Director

A wellness director's role is to improve the well-being in the business.

They are responsible for making sure employees have access to healthcare information and education.

They arrange meetings and presentations designed to teach employees healthy habits.

For example:

BPCM based out of New York is looking for a virtual wellness director.

They are looking for a contractor to help keep their team energized and practicing healthy habits at home.

They are a growing global agency.

The advertised rate for this contractor position is multiple six figures.

The person to pitch is Mallory MacDonald (VP).

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80. Virtual Training

You’ll teach employees (virtually) your special skillet through one-off or a series of training sessions.

You'll get paid for the strategy — you aren’t tied to the result of what you teach. You won't do the implementation.

This type of training is no different than the way you have trained as a teacher, professor, or online business owner that does virtual training.

For example:

Hewlett-Packard based out of Palo Alto, California wants training.

They are trying to book personal development experts. They want training on the entrepreneurial mindset and developing more focus.

Based on what they've paid for training in the past, charge at least eight thousand dollars per one-off session (two to four hours).

The person to pitch is Kendra Peters-Ross (head of corporate training).

81. License Courses

These days, entrepreneurs create online courses that they sell through their email lists, social media, and paid traffic.

You can take those same courses into corporations (or create courses specifically for corporations).

Courses that you would charge $xx7 for online, you can license to corporations at a rate of two thousand dollars per license, per employee, per year.

There are many software options that can help you create and track licenses.

For example:

Paypal based out of San Jose, California wants to license courses.

They are looking for training in digital marketing. They want digital marketing courses to license that help their team understand how to increase their online presence.

Based on what they've paid for training in the past, charge at least six thousand dollars per one-off session (two to four hours).

The person to pitch is Michele Kincaid (head of corporate training).

82. Virtually Coaching

This type of coaching is valued by corporations and they pay big bucks.

You can coach employees on a wide range of topics. You can do this type of coaching virtually.

Harvard Business Review says the average executive coaching fee is in the range of three to six thousand dollars an hour.

For example:

Stanley Black & Decker based out of New Britain, Connecticut wants coaching.

They are trying to find coaches to train on several personal development topics: high performance, productivity, wellness, mindset, and more.

Based on what they've paid for training in the past, charge at least eight thousand dollars per one-off session (two to four hours).

The person to pitch is Dan Alia (national training director).

83. Setting Up Training Programs

This opportunity is hot right now. You can also charge for the upkeep of the program.

Some examples are a wellness consultant setting up a wellness program. A sales consultant setting up a sales training program, etc.

For example:

Johnson & Johnson based out of New Brunswick, NJ wants a training program.

They are looking for a wellness program set up that their employees can take from home.

Based on what they've paid for training in the past, charge at least seventy-five thousand dollars for the initial setup.

The person to pitch is Elizabeth Dorcas (head of corporate training).

84. Content Creation

Corporations pay for a variety of content creation.

They need videos, podcast episode plans, newsletters, blog content, copywriting, scripts, newsletters, social media content, and more.

You can either do the work yourself or hire subcontracts.

The industry standard for this type of content creation is blog posts for two dollars a word, newsletters for five dollars a word, creating podcast episode content for two-thousand dollars per episode, and copywriting for six dollars a word.

For example:

Coldwell Banker Real Estate based out of Madison, NJ wants content.

They are looking for content creators to create blog posts, newsletter content, podcast episode content, copywriting, website content, and more.

The person to pitch is Liz Gehringer (COO).

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85. IBM based out of Armonk, NY

The stats:

*79.1 billion dollars a year in revenue.
*380,300 employees.*Offices in 170 countries.

They are trying to book speakers to speak on "how to stay productive working from home, self-leadership, keeping energy efficient, how to plan a productive day."

Based on what they’ve paid speakers in the past, charge at least fifteen thousand dollars per one-off speech.

The person to pitch is Bob McDonald (head of training)

86. Save-A-Lot based out of Earth City, MO

The stats:

*4 billion dollars a year in revenue.
*2,500 employees.*1,250 locations in 36 states.

They are trying to book speakers for the topics of "creating good habits, how to be an effective manager, mindset hacks, and mental/physical wellness."

Based on what they’ve paid speakers in the past, charge at least ten thousand dollars per one-off speech.

The person to pitch is Karen Sczepanski (VHR)

87. Aurobindo Pharma based out of East Windsor, NJ

The stats:

*1.8 billion dollars a year in revenue.
*11,500 employees*Offices in eight countries.

They are trying to book speakers for the topics of "how to stay consistently productive, the entrepreneurial mindset, developing soft skills, creating the perfect day, and all things personal development."

Based on what they’ve paid speakers in the past, charge at least eleven thousand dollars per one-off speech.

The person to pitch is Theresa Perniciaro (VHR)

88. Microsoft based out of Redmond, Washington

The stats:

*$85 billion dollars a year in revenue
*11,500 employees.*Offices in 70 countries.


Based on what they’ve paid speakers in the past, charge at least twenty thousand dollars per one-off speech.

The person to pitch is Noelle Chandler (head of training)

89. GEICO based out of Macon, GA

The stats:

*25.5 billion dollars a year in revenue.
*38,000 employees.
*16 locations

They are booking speakers for the topics of digital marketing, social media marketing, podcasting, funnels, chatbots, paid ads, optimization, and email marketing.

Based on what they’ve paid speakers in the past, charge at least sixteen thousand dollars per one-off speech.

The person to pitch is Lindsay Johnson (head of training)

90. Kroger based out of Cincinnati, Ohio

The stats:

*122 billion dollars a year in revenue.
*443,000 employees.*3,000 locations

They are booking speakers for the topics of "wellness, nutrition, exercise, high performance, working from home set up (for their office team), webinars, communicating digitally, Slack set up, and using project management software."

Based on what they’ve paid speakers in the past, charge at least twenty thousand dollars per one-off speech.

The person to pitch is Merritt Henderson (DHR)

91. Salesforce based out of Indianapolis, Indiana

The stats:

*8.3 billion dollars a year in revenue.
*30,100 employees.*Offices in 32 countries.

They are booking speakers for the topics of "creating digital courses, using podcasting for internal and external communication, digital marketing strategy, and content creation."

Based on what they’ve paid speakers in the past, charge at least eighteen thousand dollars per one-off speech.

The person to pitch is Sandra Schrick (head of training)

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92. Turbonomic based out of Boston, MA

They are looking for a 'people strategist' that is a "coach, confidante, and expert communicator who can listen, give advice and take action."

They want coaching on "employee relations, leadership development, performance management, compensation, conflict resolution, organizational development, and culture."

Based on their advertised rate, charge at least two thousand dollars-an-hour.

Also, charge eight thousand dollars-a-month for ongoing Q&A access.

The person to pitch is Rebecca Connell (DHR)

93. Carson Group Holdings based out of Omaha, Nebraska

They are looking for a coach to "deliver coaching services via regularly scheduled one-on-one coaching calls, group conference calls, webinars, national conferences, email, and a web-based practice management platform."

They want coaching on personal development, high performance, mindset, wellness, and confidence.

Based on their advertised rate, charge at least one thousand dollars-an-hour.

Also, charge six thousand dollars-a-month for ongoing Q&A access.

The person to pitch is JoDee Klinker (DTA

94. Coffective based out of West Lafayette, Indiana

They want coaching on personal development, high performance, mindset, wellness, building community, and confidence.

Based on their advertised rate, charge at least one thousand dollars-an-hour.

Also, charge five thousand dollars-a-month for ongoing Q&A access.

The person to pitch is Alycia Melick (DO

95. Intel based out of Santa Clara, CA

They want coaching on digital marketing, influencer marketing, social media content, podcasting, the basics of funnels, chatbots, and email marketing.

Based on their advertised rate, charge at least three thousand dollars-an-hour.

Also, charge ten thousand dollars-a-month for ongoing Q&A access.

The person to pitch is Karen Walker (SVPM)

License Your Online Courses to Companies

96. HonorHealth based out of Scottsdale, AZ

The stats:

*$2.4 billion a year in revenue.
*11,500 employees.*Offices in 70 locations all over the U.S.

They want to license courses on "creating company culture from home, the entrepreneurial mindset, improving employee engagement, leadership development, and productivity."

Based on their advertised rate, charge at least one thousand dollars per license.

For ongoing support, offer a rate of eight thousand dollars-a-month for ongoing Q&A access.

The person to pitch is Glynn Hollis (CIO)

97. Akamai based out of Cambridge, MA

The stats:

*$2.5 billion a year in revenue.
*7,650 employees.*Offices in several countries.

They want to licenses courses on "social media marketing (organic and paid), sales funnels, content creation, podcasting, email marketing, and anything digital marketing-related."

Based on their advertised rate, charge at least two thousand dollars per license.

For ongoing support, offer a rate of ten thousand dollars-a-month for ongoing Q&A access.

The person to pitch is Linda H. Pettingell (VPHR)

98. Nestlé USA based out of Rosslyn, Arlington, VA

The stats:

*$91.43 billion a year in revenue.
*352,000 employees.*Offices in over 100 countries.

They want to licenses courses on "at home wellness, nutrition, high performance, energy, sleep management, and basic wellness strategy."

Based on their advertised rate, charge at least two thousand, five hundred dollars per license.

For ongoing support, offer a rate of twelve thousand dollars-a-month for ongoing Q&A access.

The person to pitch is Julie Horner Donahue (Head of corporate learning

99. GEICO based out of Chevy Chase, MD

The stats:

*$25.48 billion a year in revenue.
*40,000 employees.*Offices in several countries.

They want to licenses courses on "leadership development, creating a stronger mindset, productivity, creating a vision, how to transition to at home working, webinar set up, and goal setting."

Based on their advertised rate, charge at least two thousand dollars per license.

For ongoing support, offer a rate of nine thousand dollars-a-month for ongoing Q&A access.

The person to pitch is Cezarina Alzona (HRD)

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100. Teachers Credit Union based out of South Bend, IN

The stats:

*$146 million a year in revenue.*524 employees.

They are looking for content creators to "create website copy, write four blog posts-a-month, map out video content, and create two posts-a-week for social media."

They are offering a rate of three dollars a word for content.

The person to pitch is Angie Dvorak (VPM).

101. ACCENTURE based out of Dublin, Ireland

The stats:

*$43 billion a year in revenue.
*505,000 employees.
*Offices globally.

They are looking for content creators who can create social media content, write blog posts, create graphics, consult on content creation, and coach a team of content creators.

They are offering a starting rate of ten thousand dollars-a-month.

The person to pitch is Katrina Klier (GMD).

102. Transamerica based out of Cedar Rapids, IA

The stats:

*$10 billion a year in revenue.
*25,000 employees.
*Offices in several countries.

They are looking for consulting on how to best be positioned (content-wise) during Covid-19. They want content creators to set up a pipeline of newsletter content.

They're also looking for agencies to partner with for content creation and training their team on content creation.

They are offering a starting rate of twelve thousand dollars-a-month.

The person to pitch is Frank Sottosanti (CMO).
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These are just a few examples. There are MANY more that will pay for your content.

LinkedIn reach outs get ignored. FB ads won’t work because corporate executives aren’t signing up for a funnel.

Calls to the companies will have you stalled by the assistant.

To book these, you would pitch through email.

Send in a pitch that shows you’ve researched the company, your social proof, how what you specifically teach can help an organization, share data on your topic, offer a tip they can implement, and invite them to a conversation at the end of the pitch.

You can find their email address using a free tool such as Hunter dot io.

If you’re a coach, consultant, speaker, agency owner, or online entrepreneur that creates content on your topic, the opportunities are many.

Don’t just rely on online sales.

Create these revenue streams to add more financial security to your business.

Thanks,
Kimanzi Constable



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