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Webinar Marketing Tools

Need to Train Your Staff? Start a Webinar

December 5, 2012

So, you’ve just hired a new group of employees and you are looking for them to hit the ground running at the start of the new year.  They have some work experience, and some you can see will excel, but they will need to be trained in order to get started.  Additionally, the business has [...]

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The Three Stages of Launching a Rockin Webinar

October 31, 2012

When planning a webinar, we all want to have one that will capture the attention of the right audience, keep them engaged and leave them with more knowledge on a particular topic.  With this in mind, here are three important stages for launching a webinar that will rock. The first stage of the webinar, preparing [...]

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Why Webinars Work for Business

October 3, 2012

Webinars allow specialists within your company to broadcast what they are good at. They allow you to draw in audiences that you may not otherwise reach by providing specialized training that is directly linked to your service or product.  By broadcasting webinars, you show yourself to be an expert in your niche, which can make [...]

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Use Webinars to Get Qualified Leads and Boost Sales

April 11, 2012

Webinars can be a great marketing tool and can add value to your business. They can be used to conduct live or recorded presentations to generate leads, close sales faster and increase revenue. Generate Leads To generate leads, you should create a good marketing campaign to drive attendees to your webinar. First, start out with [...]

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Get Better Results from Your Webinars with a Strong “Call to Action”

March 7, 2012

5 Main Purposes of Webinars:  Generate Leads  Increase Sales  Demo Products  Hold Client Meetings  Train Employees Whatever the initial reason may be to conduct the webinar; ultimately, a presenter’s goal is simple: to get his or her attendees to take a desired action. Strategically incorporating a prominent call to action into a webinar is a [...]

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How Much to Charge for Your Webinars: Viewers Answered

February 1, 2012

Ever wonder if you should charge for your webinars? If so, how much can you charge and how much are attendees willing to pay? This is all valuable knowledge that can help you, the presenter, to charge the right price and maximize revenue. The truth of the matter is there are hundreds of webinars uploaded [...]

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Schedule Your Webinar Series With InstantPresenter

December 28, 2011

Would you like to host a series of webinars or classes on a particular subject?  With InstantPresenter, you can schedule recurring meetings, so people can register for all of the webinars in your series at one time.  InstantPresenter lets you schedule your webinar series to occur daily, weekly or monthly, andattendees can register for one [...]

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Earn Money from Your Webinars

June 8, 2011

So you have a great idea for a webinar, but you don’t want to give your valuable information away for free.  Did you know that InstantPresenter has an integrated PayPal payment system?  It’s easy to use and you can charge attendees to attend your live webinars or to view pre-recorded ones.  To get it started, [...]

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Beyond PowerPoint: How To Leverage Web Conferencing for Your Next Meeting

January 10, 2011

We’ve all gotten the email reminder that a webinar is scheduled on Friday afternoon from 2-4 p.m. — those dreaded hours when all you really want to do is finish up your work for the week and go home for the weekend. Instead, you get to watch a mundane PowerPoint presentation, slide after slide of graphs [...]

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Increase Webinar Success: Learn the “Monroe’s Motivated Sequence”

December 11, 2010

Presenting in a webinar is similar to giving a presentation in person. However, the difference is that in a webinar, the live audience is not in front of the presenter, which makes it difficult to make eye contact, build connections with attendees or scout the room for emotions. Fortunately, with preparation and the right technique, [...]

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