Have you ever been bored on a webinar, counting the minutes until it’s over? Are webinars a chance for you to check your email or social media accounts? You’re not alone. Unfortunately most webinar participants struggle to stay focused or engaged during hour-long webinars. If participants fail to pay attention to your webinar, your content and message will reach them as poorly as it reached the people who failed to even attend in the first place. However, it is time to stray away from the norm and keep your audience intrigued and interested for the entire duration of your webinar.
Webinars are becoming a prominent form of marketing and communication in the B2B world. Although people may spend countless hours on generating flawless content, all of that means nothing if no one is present to hear it. Before being able to satisfy viewers, it is important that you first attract an audience. Be sure to tune into this webinar as Dan Slagen, the CMO of HourlyNerd, discusses five ways to guarantee nobody misses your next webinar.
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When was the last time you bought anything for yourself without getting advice and feedback from another buyer? Every day we rely on dozens of apps and websites to connect us with first hand reviews and recommendations. Now your customers are expecting the same experience for their business purchases. Which customer are they going to talk to next?
Marketers put a lot of time and resources into their content – especially when it comes to webinars. Webinar fatigue has slowly crept in and getting your content noticed in this format has become increasingly challenging. So how do we re-energize our events?
You're making investments in content marketing, but you're not sure you're making the right content. You're not alone. Marketers are struggling to prove the value of their content, how it's being produced, the kind of engagement it's driving, and how it delivers leads and deals. This webinar will breakdown the various metrics you need to track to measure the impact of content on your business. Specifically, you’ll learn: