So webinars are all over the WWW. One can literally spend 40 hours a week or more watching webinars, which are posted and advertised on a variety of websites. A webinar is a great way to get people dialed in to whatever a business might be selling. Programs, Services, & Products are all for grabs through these webinars.
So why do I bring up the subject of webinars today? A big reason is because Danielle Pilkin Promotions, LLC specializes in creating creative and unique slide decks for anyone offering a webinar. However, that’s not the only reason. I want to teach you something too.
I enjoy a good webinar; one which teaches me something I can then apply to my own business model. And I love a good & free webinar. Granted, the reason why they are typically free, is because the producer of said webinar is trying to get its viewers to buy into whatever it is they might be selling. To do this and to really get the audience dialed into what your want at the end of your webinar, to buy programs, services, & products, is to have a clear message and to have an attractive, well-thought out presentation.
The rule of thumb for a webinar, in my experience, is a presentation, which is visually appealing. When one creates a webinar, it should contain a presentation with anywhere from 60 to 100 slides, depending on the length of the webinar. I suggest no longer than a 45-minute webinar. After that, the viewers want to be on their way and you want that, because they are more likely to purchase what you are selling if you don’t keep them for too long of a time.
Another key component of a webinar is to: PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE. Make sure you are on point with all of your slides and that you are completely prepared to present your webinar. If you plan on making it interactive, then you want to make sure you are ready and able to deal with the audience’s questions. If you choose, you can have your webinar already recorded and then you aren’t responsible for any interactions. It’s a matter of personal preference. Plus if you have prerecorded your webinar, you can also sit back and relax knowing your webinar sounds great! The better it sounds, the bigger the opportunity to create something attractive enough for the audience members to consider purchasing whatever it is you are selling.
So get your webinar talking points together and consider letter a professional put your slide deck together……