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Using Webinars to Build Your Business: Steps for Success

- March 20, 2012 - 0 Comments

You want to do webinars.

You want to get your message out there, “leverage your resources” and “do more with less”. But the idea terrifies you and your more afraid of making yourself look bad than the good you can achieve. We get it.

We are here to help.

In the next few weeks, we are going to offer suggestions for helping you put your best foot forward when creating a webinar. We have pulled together information about why you should do webinars and we have examples of people doing it right.

We also have expert Sharon Burton who has put together two on-demand webinars for us talking about what you need to do to deliver the best webinar possible. We’ll conclude with tips on using social media to help you spread the word about your event and create a long tail of engagement should you decide to post a recording.

Using WebEx gives you an audience.

If you use WebEx to deliver your webinar, you get some extra bang for your efforts. With WebEx Channels, you can post your recording – along with handouts – to extend your reach and connect with the WebEx network.

You don’t have to be big to look big.

You can do you webinar very simply with our $19 WebEx 8 or even the free trial! You don’t have to schedule a huge live event. In fact, some of the best webinars are a recording of you doing what you do best – talking about your subject matter with passion. We hope your find this series helpful.

We have a lot of webinars recorded on WebEx Channels. And you can post your recorded webinar there too! Come take a look at the library for ideas, tips or to learn something new.

This blog is one in a series. Here’s the list of all the related posts:

Intro: Using Webinars to Build Your Business
Part 1: Top Reasons Why Using Webinars is Good for Business
Part 2: Five Webinar Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make
Part 3: Using Webinars: Great Examples from Those Doing it Well


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