Once a month, I team up with our training expert Shawn for a Tools and Best Practices session. These sessions are designed to help customers understand how to better use a features in a way that leads to meetings that are more productive and webinars that are more engaging.
If you’ve ever attended a live training session with Shawn, then you know he’s high energy. I think he was a radio DJ in a past life and never fails to entertain. He is notorious for bad jokes and I quickly fell into the role of straight man—setting him up for the perfect delivery these corny jokes. When the audio lines are open, you can literally hear the audience groan (followed by smirking).
I figured that if we were going to be delivering jokes that we should at least aim to make them relevant. I asked our Summit Club customers to share some of their favorite jokes. Bonus points for the ones that related to webinars, web conferencing, marketing, training or meetings.
Here are five of our favorite marketing and webinar jokes:
Q: What’s a pirate’s favorite marketing metric?
Q: Why can’t a lead date a religious marketer?
A: Because she’ll always be trying to convert him.
Q: How are online trainers like spiders?
A: They are always stuck on WEBinars.
Q: Why did the marketing couple decide not to get married?
A: Because they weren’t on the same landing page.
Q: Where does a marketer go to find their best leads?
A: The target market.
And two bonus jokes…
My grandma still isn’t sure what I do all day. She doesn’t quite understand that marketing is about more than advertisements and pretty pictures. So, for grandma, I’m throwing in a couple of non-marketing jokes…
Q: What kind of underwear do clouds wear?
Q: How do you make a tissue dance?
A: Put a little boogie in it!
Think you can do better? Share your favorite marketing-related joke below. Keep it clean!
Many thanks to our awesome customers for sharing their great sense of humor and having patience while we try out some new (bad) jokes—Heather Shelton, Truman Tang, Alea Kilgore, Debbie, Kira Sparks, Reena Chudgar, Cassandra Jowett, Justin Gritzmacher & Susan Saurage-Altenloh