How much do celebrities get paid for speaking? It’s all part of an industry of agencies that represent big-name speakers and connect them with event organizers—usually of corporate conferences—willing to pay $10,000 to $1 million for a good speech. The industry offers speakers a means to share a message or promote a book, and, above all, turn fame into money.
What is a typical speaker fee? Here’s a rule of thumb for appropriate pricing: Newbie speakers might earn $500–$2,500 for a talk. Beginning speakers, or those just establishing a brand with their first book, might earn $5,000–$10,000. Those with several books and other forms of “social proof” might draw $10,000–$20,000.
How do you charge a speaking fee? Let’s say you’re speaking 2 times at an event. You’d charge a flat fee (~$1,500) for one talk and a little more (~$500) per additional talk. Your time and expertise are valuable so you should be charging as such. The more times you speak, the more you should be paid.
Who is the highest paid speaker?
- Joe Rogan.
- Tony Robbins.
- Magic Johnson.
- Daymond John.
- Dave Ramsey.
- Robert Kiyosaki.
- Joel Osteen.
- Suze Orman.