My Favorite Webinar Tip

67% of marketers say that they were increasing their investment in webinars. So, how can you capitalize on all of this webinar enthusiasm? Check out my favorite tip for hosting a webinar.

00:00 Intro
00:50 The Tip
01:10 Why?
01:21 Step 1: Work With Someone in Your Audience
01:50 Step 2: Create a Promotional Schedule
02:05 Step 3: Schedule a Practice Run
02:14 Step 4: Define Your Post-Webinar Strategy



I host webinars all the time. Actually, I do ’em at least once a month. And they drive a lot of leads for our business and they drive a lot of revenue over time too. It’s awesome for brand building as well, and they’re catching on in just about every industry. In fact, 67% of marketers say that they were increasing their investment in webinars. So, how can you capitalize on all of this webinar enthusiasm? Because it’s not just about getting people to sign up for your webinar. You need to leverage that enthusiasm to actually drive leads for your business. 76% of marketers say that webinars help them reach more leads. 75% say that it extends their brand’s reach, and 69% say that it helps them scale marketing efforts.

My favorite tip for hosting a successful webinar is to host with a partner. My ad agency, NP Digital, offers all kinds of different partnership opportunities for other brands to team up with us. But one of my favorite ones has to be when we collaborate on a live webinar with someone else. It maximizes my reach. By hosting with another company, I can almost double, sometimes even triple, my potential audience when I have a webinar. And here’s how I do it.

Step one, I find a new partner with a similar but not exact same audience as yours. So for example, my audience may be an SEO. We did a partnership with BigCommerce and did a webinar with them. Their audience was e-commerce people. A lot of people who read my website are interested in marketing, but they also have an e-commerce website. BigCommerce provides the platform, and their audience is interested in marketing. So can you see how my customers can use their platform, their customers on their platform can use our services?

Step two, create a promotional schedule. Making sure your brand’s marketing strategies are consistent with each other is huge. You want to make sure you coordinate with the other to the schedule, the aesthetic of the design, and even the voice before you start promoting.

Step three, schedule a practice run. If you’re both using and need access to the same platform, make sure everything is running smoothly prior to the event, eh?

Step four, define your post-webinar strategy. What’s the point of all this traffic if you’re not turning it into leads? Email is the top promotional channel for webinars. Up to 57% of registrants from what we’ve seen come from that channel, and the conversion rate from what we’ve seen is roughly 27% higher than the average.

Now, the second way that you can get a lot more people to attend your webinars is to make sure you promote them on all your social channels. And here’s what I mean. I’m not talking about just posting a message on Instagram saying, “I’m doing a webinar at this time,” and doing the same on LinkedIn. That’s fine, but we use tools like Restream, where when we do a webinar, we also go live on all our social channels. And it gets pushed out to all our followers on those social networks, so that way, more people are listening in on our webinar right then and there.

The third thing that we do, and we love this strategy, is we start sending follow-ups after the webinar is over. And you’re probably like, “Neil, how does this get me more people into my webinar?” Well, a lot of the people that you emailed to join the webinar won’t join in, so after it’s done and recorded, you can email all those people to then watch your recorded webinar. The second thing is, a lot of people who sign up for your webinar also don’t attend the webinar that day, so if you email them the recorded version, you’ll also get more people listening in on your webinar. And during the webinar, you should be pitching your products and services after you give a lot of goodwill and value, which helps you generate more revenue.

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