EP 41: The Bulletproof Proposal Template with Troy Dean

David Jenyns
David Jenyns

Podcast Episode #41

Having a podcast helps a business more than people think. This system outlines the process for creating a system for video and audio podcasts: from booking guests, to promotion, and to measuring the effectiveness of having a podcast.

Today’s Guest, Troy Dean

Troy Dean is an online marketing speaker, coach, consultant and podcaster. He specialises in helping businesses and entrepreneurs use the Internet to attract new customers and build their communities.

He also managed the online strategy for Jessica Watson, the 16-year-old Australian girl who sailed around the world and helped FebFast raise over $1 million in 2011 and 2012 for the drug and alcohol sector.

He’s also a professional voice-over artist and has voiced campaigns for hundreds of brands including Ford, Telstra, ANZ, Hungry Jacks, Mitsubishi, AFL and Cricket Australia.

Plus, he sang the Cadbury jingle – “Wouldn’t it be nice if the world was Cadbury?”

His clients include:

  • QuickBooks
  • Law Institute of Victoria
  • Westpac
  • Melbourne Business Network
  • Australian Anthill
  • Edge of the Web
  • Business Blueprint
  • Uniting Care Wesley

Website: troydean.com.au

Important System Sections

  • Snapshot
  • Business Needs
  • Target Audience Needs
  • Solution
  • Further Considerations
  • Project Timeline
  • Investment
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Next Steps
  • Mutual Agreement

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