Bill Eager is an Internet, technology and technology trends pioneer. Bill has spent twenty years writing, implementing and speaking about computer technologies and their impact on companies and organizations. In 1993, after creating one of the first large-scale Intranets connecting 25,000 employees at BASF, Bill wrote the second book about the Internet, Using the Internet. His ten other books include the best-sellers The Information Payoff and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Online Marketing. Bill gives keynotes and workshops about the practical applications of technology at national conferences, company and organizational meetings.
What Clients Say
"Bill Eager's keynote on Social Networking and Social media was inspirational and engaging. It provided the members of the IBBA extremely practical advice on how to leverage social networks for business success. I strongly recommend Bill for other associations and organizations looking for a speaker who connects with the audience."
IBBA Education and Program Services
“I heard many positive comments on your presentation and I walked away with good tips that I was able to go back and use immediately.”
Cari A. Strouse, CMP, CMM
Meetings & Events Director
“Your presentation was informative and you packed the allowed time with a maximum of relevant ideas. You met the expectation we hold for these programs – the feeling of time well spent.”
Judith Light, Institute of Management Consultants
“You performed a rare feat, your presentation was both entertaining and interesting.”
Deborah Furlow, General Manager
California Department of General Services
“Bill Eager was captivating, charismatic and very informative. He has mastered the art of sharing information without confusing or boring an audience.”
Northern Trust Bank
“You are unusual in your ability to tailor the presentation and make it interactive with a large crowd. Very impressive!”
Cargo Network Services