7 Ways to Take Your Webinars to the Next Level


B2B Demand Generation | 7 Ways to Take Webinars to the Next Level

If you want to know how to find new customers (click the link for our awesome white paper) for your business, webinars play a key role

Jim Burns
Jim Burns

– they’re one of the best ways to create compelling marketing content. But how might they be made much better?

I always love it when we look at something we all know, like webinars, and we think we’re experts – we know it all. But then someone shocks us by using a fresh approach to make them vastly better.

Webinars are a key ingredient in your b2b lead generation and content marketing programs to help you find new customers.

Jim Burns at Avitage has done this with his blog article, 7 Ways to Take Your Webinars to the Next Level.

In most webinars to date (and the Fearless Competitor has done many) you practice and pray — hoping the technology works as advertised. Before the event you email, Tweet and blog about your webinar, attempting to drive up attendance. And you record it to share with your attendees. All with the goal of helping you find new customers. But Avitage has taken a fresh and innovative approach, which I wish to share with the readers of Fearless Competitor.

In his blog article, Jim explains how to pre-produce your webinar, create a 90 second trailer, develop an executive version, create a fully indexed version, build a companion microsite and enable snippets for sales and marketing.These are all great ideas and I hope you check out the article and use Avitage to help you in  your next big webinar.

7 Ways to Take Your Webinars to the Next Level

Are you ready to improve your webinars?

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Jeff Ogden (@fearlesscomp) is the President of the B2B lead generation consultancy Find New Customers. Find New Customers helps companies dramatically improve revenue results by transforming the way they attract, engage and win new customers. Contact Find New Customers by calling (516) 495-9350 or sending an email to sales at findnewcustomers.com.

“If more companies listened to (Find New Customers) a lot more would be sold.” Dan McDade, Pointclear.

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