Sort of a follow-up question to Does giving an easily-understood talk make the audience think you did something simple?
Let's say Alice goes to Big Name Conference V and gives a great talk. Everyone understood what she did, why she did it and what she's going to do next. Does that make it more probable that:
- The organizers of Big Name Conference VI are more likely to invite her as a speaker;
- If that doesn't happen, any submission she makes to Big Name Conference VI is more likely to be accepted?
If the answers to the above is "no", does that imply that if she submits to Big Name Conference VI and is rejected, then her talk at Big Name Conference V was probably poor?