Webinars are extremely popular amongst all kinds of marketers and business owners alike. They are a great way to connect with your audience visually, and are perfect for holding online conferences and more. Let’s take a look at various ways you could incorporate webinars into your business.
Using a webinar system that allows you to show your computer screen to the attendees is very useful indeed. This allows you to walk participants through different scenarios. You could show them how to use a new software or explain a process by using diagrams on slides.
Quite often it is much easier for people to be shown how to do something, as opposed to trying to read or listen to an audio recording. The great thing about a webinar is that it can be recorded and all attendees can be given a copy. This way they can refer back to it multiple times as needed.
This is a concept that not many people are taking advantage of. Instead of using the phone or Skype for coaching calls, why not use your webinar access? This makes a coaching call more personal and you can both share documents and screens privately, if needed. It can also cut down on costly long distance calls too. Again you could record the call and give a copy to your student.
A webinar can be a great way to launch a new product and get immediate sales. If you already have a mailing list, you simply send out an invitaAon to your list. Then when you launch your product you use the webinar to give an inside look into your new product. You can make this more attractive by offering an Early Bird or Special Pricing for those who buy during the webinar.
As you can see using webinars can help different aspects of your business in many ways. It is a great tool for connecting with your customers and clients. It makes for a wonderful selling platform and all of your webinars can be recorded.
Many marketers like to package up their recorded webinars and sell them at a premium price. Talk about a quick and easy way to actually create a brand new product for your business!
If you haven’t tried using webinars in your business yet, this is something that you may just want to put some time into. Most webinar software companies offer a 30 day free trial for testing purposes.