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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

New, low-cost webinar platform: WebinarJam (corrected link) #ad

You may have heard of WebinarJam before. The truth is that there was an early version of it released in 2014, but there’s a new version available now with features that make it much more powerful than before.Before we talk about new features, one word about cost. WebinarJam delivers some of the lowest prices for webinar hosting anywhere.Besides this cost advantage, the collection of business-friendly features that the new WebinarJam has to offer makes any concern about its price a secondary issue.For example, the new WebinarJam includes:► a point-and-click registration page builder,►... [...]

Making your webinars profitable #ad

The last phase of the 4-phase live webinars success formula is building profit into the process. Just as a reminder:Phase 1 of a successful webinar is the Preparation. In this phase you make decisions about the best tools to use to present your content..Phase 2 is Promotion. The right promotion and registration process can mean more participation in the webinar by people interested in your topic.Phase 3 is Presentation. Viewer engagement increases with activities such as polls and Q & A chats. Phase 4, again, of a successful webinar: assuring Profit from your webinar.There are three opportunities... [...]

Making Webinar Presentations Memorable #ad

Whether you’re doing a webinar to deliver “good will” content to build a relationship with your list, or to make a sales presentation for immediate income, or just interviewing another expert, your webinar has one important goal.You want your attendees to pay attention and absorb your message. That’s known as “engagement”.Engagement increases when viewers watch compelling content delivered dynamically.To create a compelling content, identify the problem or pain your viewer is experiencing and then offer a solution to that problem.If your viewers want to know... [...]

WebinarJam software launch underway. Introductory pricing #ad

Yesterday, we discussed the importance of preparing the technical infrastructure for your webinar and how WebinarJam helps you do that.Phase 2 of running a successful live webinar – Promoting your webinar.You could send your entire list directly to your live webinar, but to maximize your success, you probably should have people register for your event before they attend.by entering their name and email address in a registration form.When you are sending your invitation only to people from your own list, this may seem to be a waste of effort. But even in this case, it accomplishes 3 things:First,... [...]

Launching today: WebinarJam; better than Go2Webinar? #ad

One of the best profit producing promotional strategies that you can use in your business is a live webinar. They engage the attendees and the end result is more sales.There is a wide range of solutions for the system to create and present webinars. On one end of the spectrum, there are nearly free solutions that don’t have very good support. On the other send, there are systems like Go2Webinar, that cost hundreds of dollars every month.Big corporations can afford these expensive systems, but solo entrepreneurs usually cannot, especially when they are just starting out.Mike Filsaime and... [...]

Profiting from your webinar success #ad

This is the last part of the 4-phase live webinars success formula. As a reminder:Phase 1 of a successful webinar is Preparation. In this phase you choose the best medium to use to present your information and the webinar software you’ll use to present it most effectively.Phase 2 is Promotion. Remember that the right registration process can mean better participation by the people most interested in the topic.Phase 3 was the actual Presentation. The key take-away is that viewer engagement increases when they are involved through polls and Q & A chats.Phase 4 of a successful webinar –... [...]

The most critical part of webinar success #ad

Whether you’re doing a webinar to deliver complimentary training, or to make a sales presentation, or to interview n expert in your niche, you have one primary goal for the webinar: to get your attendees to pay attention and absorb your message.In other words, you want your attendees to be “engaged”.When viewers are provided compelling content delivered well, they become engaged.If you want compelling content, you need to identify the problem or pain your audience is experiencing and then offer solutions to that problem. Do that and people will stay tuned in.Your viewer wants... [...]

Why you should have people register for your webinars #ad

Yesterday’s article discussed the importance of preparing for your webinar . Choose the elements of your presentation, a slide presentation or webcam view (or both), and also select the tech platform you want to use. We recommended Google Hangouts as the platform.Phase 2 of running a successful live webinar is Promotion, letting people know about the webinar and getting them to attend.Now, if you have a mailing list, you could send your entire list an invitation to your live webinar and hope for the best. But there are added things you can do to maximize your profits. For example, you... [...]

Using Google Hangouts for all they’re worth #ad

One of the best product promotional strategies for your business is a live webinar.But running a successful live webinar that puts money in your bank account requires following a proven 4-phase blueprint.Today, with the help of Mike Filsaime and Andy Jenkins, I’m going to share with you some tips for the first of those phases: Preparation for the webinar.The crucial point covered in this article isn’t content creation or your sales message, but the mechanics of running the live webinar and publicizing it.During preparation, you will decide how you want to present your content. The... [...]