Marketing

Nine Terrific and Unusual Ways to Promote Your Web Seminar

During this 60-minute program, Dave Williams will discuss nine ways to promote your web seminar and avoid the costly mistakes that many people make. Beyond receiving a list of nine practical marketing techniques, here is a glimpse of what you will discover in this session:

A Six-Step Program For Better Webinars

Thinking of conducting a web seminar to enhance your business? Already producing webinars for marketing, training, or customer relations? This presentation gives you vital tips and guidelines designed to make your public web conferences more engaging, productive, and successful.

You will learn:

Top 10 Questions and Answers About Marketing Webinars and Web Selling Events

This web seminar is packed with valuable tips and information about creating your own online events for selling, marketing and lead generation. Join Bob Hanson, in-demand webinar consultant, and get answers to questions like:

  • What are the top webinar mistakes to avoid?
  • How do we get more people to each and every event?
  • What is the best marketing plan for an event?

And more.

Lessons Learned from a Wildly Successful Webinar Program

Whether you are trying to change the world, find people interested in your products and services or build a community through education and communication, webinars are a great way to achieve your organization’s goals while maximizing your time, staff and budget.

Insider Secrets for Creating Great Web Conferences

Why is there such buzz around web conferencing? When planned correctly, a web conference can be one of the most effective ways of marketing your products and services, generating leads and growing your organization.

The Essential Online Strategies You'll Need for Business Success

In this 50-minute, information-packed web seminar, Scott and Shannon Hickey will share essential system strategies for connecting with your customers, creating competitive advantages, controlling costs, generating and managing leads, and building strong partner relationships. You will understand how an effective marketing and sales system can provide the right set of tools to help you reach your business goals.

Word of Mouth Marketing: Create a Buzz, Increase Demand and Make Your Organization Rich

Word of Mouth Marketing is a powerful, effective way of reaching Influencers: the people who have passionate recommendations for what to try and buy.

In this web seminar, Ted Wright, founder of Fizz, will teach you how to use Word of Mouth Marketing to get people to spread the word about your business, speak passionately about you and increase sales. You will discover how open, two-way customer communication and a focus on customer satisfaction are important factors and how to get started.

Podcasting for Business: How to Get Started with ReadyTalk

Although relatively new, podcasting is proving to be one of the best ways to share information and conduct business via the Internet. ReadyTalk's podcasting features enable you to easily turn audio and web conferences into podcasts, allowing people to listen to your content anytime and anywhere.

From New Contact to Customer: Creating a Strategy to Warm up Leads and Cultivate Relationships that Lead to Sales

Wrapping your prospects' business cards in rubber bands is not a strategy. Join Craig Harrell as he teaches us how to cultivate new relationships and generate incremental revenue as prospects become customers. You will learn how to build a lead nurturing system for those prospects not yet ready to purchase by using handwritten notes, voicemails and short email messages. We'll discuss creative and effective ways to:

Targeted Tactics: Employing Disciplined Processes to Achieving Management Objectives

Targeted Tactics® is a management tool that was specifically developed for today's managers who are often left to figure out how to achieve their organization's goals and objectives without the benefit of meaningful direction. It provides a definitive process for working through the myriad of considerations necessary to achieve success, and at the same time it challenges management to employ the disciplined process provided as part of their ongoing planning and budgeting efforts.