Do Webinars Still Work? Why Not Just Do A Video Squeeze Page and Let People Watch It Now Rather Than Later?
Welcome to episode #49 of the SubscribeMe show from SubscribeMe.fm.
I’m your host Ravi Jayagopal. SubscribeMe.fm is the podcast to listen to, to learn about creating membership sites & online courses, making, marketing and monetizing digital content, WordPress, eCommerce, digital marketing, and tools, techniques and tips that you can use to create a long term, profitable online business.
I am the co-founder & co-developer of DigitalAccessPass.com, arguably the best membership plugin in the industry, fondly known as DAP.
Why Webinars Work and Webinars vs. Video Squeeze Pages
Why bother doing a webinar when you can be putting a pre-recorded video on a page that they can consume right then and there, and not have to schedule a time and come back to it at another time?
What really is the difference between a webinar and a video on a squeeze page?
What are some of the biggest mistakes people make when designing or executing a webinar?
Am I an exception in not having time to attend a webinar at the scheduled time?
There’s the live webinar, pre-recorded webinar that only plays at certain times and the hybrid. What are some of the pros and cons of those types?
How to find out which one is best for your audience?
Most of them say that they’re not going to record it, because they want you to attend it live, that is IF they’re doing it live. So should you make a recording available?
When I go to Facebook, I see literally half the people promoting some kind of a webinar or other. There’s so much noise. How do you distinguish your webinar from the rest, and other than promoting it using Facebook ads, are there any other creative ways to promote a webinar?
These are some of the questions Jon Schumacher from WebinarMasterySummit.com answers on today’s show.
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