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General Web Conferencing Webinar Success Tips

6 Smart Ways to Repurpose Your Webinar for Maximum Conversion

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Why Repurpose Your Webinar?

Delivering quality webinars that your attendees will enjoy and that actually convert is hard work. From organizing useful content to crafting attention-grabbing visuals, a lot of sweat goes into producing an event that offers both a truly effective presentation that informs and an engaging experience that inspires.

Yet, in most cases, webinars are one-time events. The end of the webinar means the end of the experience, which in turn means the end of your opportunity to convert.

While the benefits from a single webinar can be substantial, why not amplify your results by repurposing the recording?

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General Web Conferencing Webinar Success Tips

7 Creative Ways To Make Your Next Webinar Engaging & Memorable

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I’ve attended too many webinars to ever give a precise count. Like anything else, there were those that were engaging and interesting and there were, of course, others that were rather boring, predictable and even suspicious.

First, let’s go over the typical flow of most webinars. To make things interesting, we’ll start at the very top:

  1. Sensational ads are plastered over social media and other platforms promoting the event.
  2. As the day of the event inches closer, visions of grandeur are promised. Ads are shown more frequently with increasingly aggressive reminders.
  3. As the event starts, unbelievable promises are made.
  4. During the event, the host imparts information that seems to be leading up to something.
  5. Closer to the end you see how the tips/techniques were actually part of a larger, more important, limited product that you can get at a “ridiculous bargain.”

Bottom line: most webinars are done for the obvious and single purpose of selling a product. In general, this approach tends to lead to suspicion and low engagement with participants.

Delivering an engaging, dynamic webinar that captivates your audience is not easy. However, if you think creatively, you can distinguish yourself as an authority and present webinars that captivate and enthrall.  

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Company Updates New Features

Your Audio + Your Events = Your Message Being Heard

Announcing Premium Custom Audio
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Host events that get your message heard.

Introducing Premium Custom Audio.

 

Add YOUR audio to your events with the new Custom Hold Music & Audio Cues.

Premium Custom Audio lets you brand your conference by playing any custom audio file you want during your event. Choose from our audio library or record and upload your own audio files to customize your Hold Music and Audio Cues to fit your brand.

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Web Conferencing Webinar Success Tips

Do You Offer Webinars? Six Things You Are Probably Doing Wrong

Webinar Success Tips - 6 Things You're Probably Doing Wrong
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Companies that have adopted webinars in their business operations realize unique benefits from the interactions these virtual events foster, from more informed clients to easier, more successful product roll-outs to deeper connections with their prospects and community, among (many) other things.

If your company creates and executes webinars, congratulate yourself on embracing this mode of communication!

With that said, even the most seasoned webinar creators can find ways to improve their events. In fact, experienced webinar presenters may, over time, become complacent and fail to see important opportunities that could amplify their results. If you have offered webinars for a while, here are six things you are probably doing wrong.

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Marketing Your Business Webinar Success Tips

Pre-recording Your Webinar Can Drastically Improve Quality

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Quality matters in every aspect of content created for your brand. Look at YouTube – this online video platform was created so anyone can create an account and generate content. To stick out, top-earning YouTubers like PewDiePie, Smosh, and WatchMojo built quality HD videos using professional equipment, staff, and scripts.

In doing so, they grew from obscurity to stardom and built revenue machines capable of competing with media juggernauts like Eminem, Justin Bieber, and Katy Perry, who have tens of millions of followers on every platform they choose to participate in. PewDiePie alone ended 2016 with a net worth of $90 million, more than Hillary Clinton, Seth Rogen, even Kendrick Lamar.

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