The Long Tail of Speaking Engagements

February 28, 2007

whipcoral_blog.jpgAccording to the Silicon Valley Watcher,  speaking engagements can be quite profitable.

Chris Anderson, the editor of Wired magazine and the author of the book about the “Long Tail” gets paid about $34K for a speaking engagement.

This should get Tom Slee’s knickers in a knot as he continues his critique of the book with his post The Long Tail 5 – The Producers. I especially like the Lonely Island case study because it makes me break out in song…. “Ronery, I’m so ronery”.


2 Responses to “The Long Tail of Speaking Engagements”

  1. tom s. Says:

    Not exactly the long tail of appearance fees, is it?

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