As a seminar marketing coach, I often get calls from seminar promoters who are desperately trying to fill seats for events that take place within days. Sometimes the problem is that they didn’t start promoting early enough. Other times, they have been marketing their events for weeks, but without the desired response from their target market.
webinar Tip 7: How long is the webinar to be? Now, if it is just yourself, I feel and hour is plenty. If you are sharing air time with someone else, then ninety minutes will probably work. This is subjective -some people go on for two hours, but I feel it’s hard to ask that length of time from people. Also, different time zones mean that some participants may well be taking part in the middle of the night, local time.
Wouldn’t it be great if whatever subject you write, people can actually find you on google or any other search engine site? If you’re writing articles every week you will definite get traffic to your site.
We do not have to look far to see and know where the smartest form of leverage is in changing our lifestyle. The Internet is the smartest form available here and now!
But it’s not until your third visit to the site that you properly click the right sequence of links to find the ThinkTankLab.com page … and the 11 paragraphs of marketing copy.
E-zines & Newsletters: These can be written using Microsoft Word or Open Office again and are great ways to create information products that can be delivered to your customers over email or physical mail.
OK. You’ve got a webinar under your belt. People came. They learned. They asked probing questions. Your wit and expertise was obvious. It was a great experience. Now what?