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The Why? Why are you creating this webinar.
Communicate clearly within your promotion of your webinar on the value attendees will receive from attending the webinar.
You are creating this webinar to provide information around a certain topic. As well as to communicate with your clients which adds value and ensure that they remain ‘sticky’, enaged with you and more than likely refer you to people they know.
Remember, the first pitch is to other partners and the team so ensure the whole team understands the value of the webinar and can clearly communicate the value to others.
Invite a range of clients, prospective clients, and referral partners to the webinar. Provide your referral partners with the registration link and ask them to invite their clients. Pop the invitation into your monthly eNewsletter letter, on your website and create a social campaign around it.
As with any presentation, it’s important to practise the delivery of the webinar, using the slides in presentation mode, a number of times to ensure confidence during the webinar.
As above, make sure that your presentation aligns to your brand guidelines. This is so that you have a consistent message, look and feel out in market.
Presenter Speaker Notes
In your PowerPoint Presentation add your speaker notes, to the note section at the bottom of the slide. By adding notes to this section, will help you speak ‘Off-the- cuff’ and not ‘word-for-word’, when presenting. You know your subject, trust yourself to present what you know.
Where you can, provide attendees with a workbook containing the PowerPoint slides and room for notes. Send this workbook out to the database 15 mins before the webinar is to Go Live OR modify the presentation and send it with your ‘Thanks for coming’ email the day after the webinar as well.
Does your Moderator understand your topic? Make sure they do. It will help immensely during the webinar. They can help you should you become stuck during the event.
Hear what the Moderator has prepared for the introduction of the webinar to make sure that what they are saying is in line with who you are and what you are presenting.
Create a feedback survey from attendees after the webinar. If your webinar software does not allow you to load a survey for attendees to complete upon exiting the webinar, consider sending an email with a link to a feedback survey. Utilise a survey platform, such as SurveyMonkey, to set up the feedback survey. Ensure that attendees are aware of the exit survey.
The presenter should highlight this prior to the Q&A section of the webinar, as it is likely some attendees will leave at this point. The questions in your exit survey should be tailored depending on whether you have clients only or a mix of clients and prospects.
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