Tag: webinar

  • Using Webinars for Outreach During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    Using Webinars for Outreach During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    There’s no question that in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, people are experiencing extreme upheaval. And if you’re like 30 million other small business owners in the United States, you may be struggling to keep yourself afloat and connect with an audience that suddenly has a lot on its mind. But now that non-essential…

  • 2019 Webinar Statistics That May Shock You

    2019 Webinar Statistics That May Shock You

    It’s 2020, and webinars are still going strong as a tool for marketing, education, and outreach. Here are some recent statistics that may be of use to anyone putting out webinars in the coming year and beyond. According to the stats, webinars are a popular option for marketers in all industries. However: B2B companies run…

  • How to Choose Webinar Topics that Generate Leads

    How to Choose Webinar Topics that Generate Leads

    According to Inside Sales, approximately three in four marketers identify webinars as an effective way to generate brand awareness. Webinars work by drawing in highly qualified leads – leads interested enough in your topic to spend 45 minutes to an hour watching your webinar. But the topic you choose can make a big difference in…

  • How to Become a Thought Leader by Hosting Webinars

    How to Become a Thought Leader by Hosting Webinars

    If you want to gain followers, build credibility and showcase your expertise online, running regular webinars can help accomplish this – but you must be strategic about it. To be considered thought leadership, your webinars have to stand out. Here are five tips for using webinars to build your influence, brand recognition and credibility online.…

  • Where Do Webinars Fit in Your Marketing Funnel?

    Where Do Webinars Fit in Your Marketing Funnel?

    A “marketing funnel” is your sales and marketing process—all the steps your prospect goes through before you make the sale. In an ideal world, these steps are automated and customized to fit the prospect’s mood and proclivities at all stages of the process, depending on how “sold” they are in the moment. The idea is…

  • Six Webinar Marketing Mistakes to Avoid

    Six Webinar Marketing Mistakes to Avoid

    Webinars can be a powerful marketing tool for your business, but there are definitely some best practices to keep in mind—and some missteps to avoid. Whether you’re planning your first webinar or your fifty-first, here are a few mistakes to stay away from. Making too many sales pitches. Webinars should be informational. Sure, the whole…

  • How to Boost Your Webinar Attendance Rate

    How to Boost Your Webinar Attendance Rate

    Everyone is overstretched for time these days. It’s not uncommon for people to sign up for a webinar that interests them with the best intentions, and then when the day comes, find they’re too busy to attend. If you’re getting about half of your registrants showing up on the day of your webinar, that’s not…

  • Tips for Promoting Your Webinar on Social Media

    Tips for Promoting Your Webinar on Social Media

    When it comes to getting the word out about your webinar, social media is your secret weapon. Chances are, your target audience hangs out on more than one social media platform—whether that’s LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or somewhere else—multiple times a day. Here are a few tips for reaching them. Know where to find them.…

  • 5 Things to Expect (and Not to Expect) on Your First Webinar

    5 Things to Expect (and Not to Expect) on Your First Webinar

    Webinars can be a very effective marketing tactic. Running one can improve your brand awareness, educate your target audience, and put your company in front of a self-selected group of people who have proven their interest in what you offer. Do it right, and webinars can be an important revenue generator—even if you’re not actively…

  • Should You Charge For Your Webinars?

    Should You Charge For Your Webinars?

    Let’s face it—webinars take a lot of time to produce. And they can cost money, both to produce and market. The common wisdom says you shouldn’t charge for your webinars—but what if you did? Should you consider it? Maybe. The fact is, for most people, offering your webinars for free is the way to go.…