What makes a great keynote speaker? Is it confidence? Absolutely. Expertise? Likeability? Enough (but a non-creepy amount of eye contact)? Definitely. Is it the ability to picture every audience member in their underwear? I mean, it can’t hurt.  

If you ask me, being a great keynote speaker is about one thing: passion. 

My keynote presentations are packed with useful, actionable advice and firsthand experiences gleaned from years of working with some of Australia’s best companies and agencies.

Social media, digital marketing, and digital communication can be scary. It can be confusing. it can be overwhelming. But the one thing it should never be is inaccessible.  

I want to help demystify the fast-paced world of social media, marketing and PR for you, your audience, and your team. You want a keynote speaker who can explain things to you like you’re five, without making you feel like a child. 

Customised for your audience, no matter your field, my presentations are all about empowering audiences to take action and use the digital tools we have at our disposal to drive engagement, boost bottom lines, and make more meaningful connections.  

I’ve given keynotes for organisations as diverse as the Pharmacy Guild, Tourism Tasmania, the Property Council, the National Police Media Directors’ Association and the Farm Machinery and Industry Association.

Getting it right online means getting ahead. If that sounds like something your audience will want to hear about, get in touch.

My keynotes are informative, engaging and – most importantly – useful.

Some of my social media keynotes and presentations:

  • Content Content Content – breaking through the noise with sustainable content
    Also known as: “You know, there’s actually a good story behind all that noise…”

    In a world where the crazy outweighs the calm, more content is not what we need. Cut through the shouting and learn to give your customers what they need, when they need it – rather than shoving it down their throats. Find the balance between your long-term goals and short term needs and become effective with your messaging. In other words, let’s do more with less.

    Format: 30-45 minute keynote

  • Marketing Your Business through Social Media

    Take a quick look at current trends in marketing and understand why you must embrace social media for your business.

    Format: 30-45 minute keynote

  • Building Your Personal Brand Online

    Online personal branding isn’t just about social media platforms… It’s about authenticity and purpose on those platforms.

    Let’s look at how you can take the power of social media and make your personal brand shine.

    Format: 30-45 minute presentation

  • Don’t Just Create Campaigns – Create Experiences

    Content is the backbone of community management. Communities rally around content, whether it’s short- or long-form. But there’s more to content than just the publication of branded material in itself.

    If your goals are to increase engagement, and create prospects, then community management should also be a key driver of your content activities.

    Format: 30 minute presentation

  • Marketing in the Digital Age

    It’s not just a passing fad. Let’s take an entry level look into how marketing has changed with the introduction of social media and how your business get upgrade to the new world, quickly.

    Format: 30 minute presentation

  • Social Media for Business (Workshop)

    I will take your guests on a tour of the social media world, exploring and explaining how social works and how you can make it work for your business.

    We take a deep dive into the platforms that your business or clients need to know and the latest trends in digital marketing.

    Format: 3 hour workshop


Right from the word go Meg engaged the audience with her enthusiasm and passion for social media marketing, delivering content highly relevant to our regional businesses and communities.


Our audience had varying levels of digital competency yet Meg was able to seamlessly address each question or query. Her professional and flexible approach was a dream to work with and comes highly recommended.

– Elizabeth Brennan

– Elizabeth Brennan

Where I’ve Spoken

Content Marketing World (USA) · State of Social · ContentTECH Summit (USA) · Hard Rock APAC Sales & Marketing Conference (Indonesia) · Tourism Tasmania Industry Council · National Police Media Directors’ Forum · Pharmacy Guild of WA · Emergence Creative Festival · Local Government Professionals WA · ATEC Meeting Place · AHA Hospitality Conference · AWCI Annual Conference · Property Council WA Retail Conference · Tourism Council WA Annual Conference · Meetings & Events Australia WA · Farm Machinery & Industry Association of WA · Property Education Foundation · Skål International Kununurra · ATAP Northern Territory · Wheatbelt Business Network – Yerecoin · Business Women’s Workshop: Wheatbelt Women Worldwide · South West Business Women – Busselton · City of Perth · City of Subiaco & Subiaco Business Association · Town of Claremont · HeartlandsWA iLearn – Koorda & Merredin · RDA Wheatbelt iLearn – NarroginChittering · WAFarmers AgConnect Conference · WA Beer & Brewers Conference · Australian Society of Association Executives · and more…

Get in Touch

If you’re a conference organiser looking for a keynote speaker or someone looking for customised social media workshops, please get in touch:


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