Webinar To-Do List ,if you are planning the webinar
There is a lot to do to host an effective webinar. However, if you plan to do each item in advance and have a cheat sheet or to-do list to help you not forget anything, then you will be able to pass it on without a problem. This should be the beginning of your cheat sheet.
Choose an webinar agency
Write down the functions you want the agency to have so that you can use a smooth webinar. Try certain types of agencies, and select the
company you want to use.
Describe Your Audience
Who do you want to convey your message to? It may seem strange to choose your audience first, but doing so will make it easier to select a theme. If you know who you’re talking to then you can customize any topic to fit them.
Your title should be something that solves one major problem for your audience. What is one major problem they have that you can solve?
Set a date
Setting a date before the planning process is important to do. If you wait too long to complete everything, you will not do it. Set a date, then go back to your calendar and set everything.
Choose a topic
Using this information, name a functional title. You can also use active headlines to amuse your audience a little. You can develop a poll to get them to choose one of the topics.
Set Your Event Goals
Set specific goals for your webinar, such as adding 100 subscribed subscribers to your email list, or selling new memberships to your special inner circle club. Write it down so you can watch it every time you start making a copy.
Create an Autoresponder email series
When people sign up for an event early, it’s a good idea to have them on a list of autoresponder series included to let them know and enjoy the upcoming event.
Create a landing page
Using your title and summary of your event, add to it and create a landing page that makes people want to sign up for your event. Make it as simple as possible. Don’t ask too many questions for those who will be attending the event or running away from you.
Upgrade Any Forms You Will Need
Both your JVs and traveling companions will need forms. You will need to use forms to collect information from everyone on both sides of the phone. You can use something like Google Forms.
Invite Joint Venture Partners
Once you are able to focus on the event, you can invite JVs to do the event with you. Decide on the rules and responsibility of the speaker ahead of time, and invite about four times you think you need to apply for speakers.
Duplicate Web Copy
Get started by writing a copy of the event, or having someone do it. Even before all the work is done you need to start marketing your event as soon as possible.
Prepare an event page
Using that information, create your own event page with all the information on speakers, title, and travel benefits.
Collect Speaker Details
As the speakers open their details, which require a certain amount of time, add them to the event page.
Post Media Release
Once the date is set, the title is selected, and the event is scheduled, you need to submit a media campaign for your event.
It may seem like something you can think of, but invite everyone you know to your list, and the speakers will invite people to their list. Create a deadline to start doing that.
Create an attendance bonus
Everyone loves bonuses and unknown opportunities. You can use these bonuses as they come in to tease your unregistered audience, but keep them private to subscribers.
Collect Slideshow Speaker
You never know what might happen, so it’s a good idea to collect slide speakers. And they are great bonus items that webinar visitors may want to download to follow the speaker.
Get used to it
Make it a habit to run with speakers about a week before a live event. Make it private, and then just have each speaker appear, share their screens, check their volume and take just five minutes to make sure everything works.
There are many reasons why webinars work better than other marketing models to encourage engagement, build your listing, make sales and improve your business.