Webinar Best Practices Throughout the Customer Journey
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I’ve been doing webinars for about a decade now and while lots of people have jumped into this tactic, few are using webinars as effectively as they could.
Webinars aren’t just for closing deals – they are content – and as such, can and should be used at every stage of the customer journey. I wrote about using webinars for the customer journey at length here.
My guest for this week’s episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast is Omar Zenhom. He is the co-founder of WebinarNinja, an all-inclusive, easy-to-use webinar platform that allows you to create a webinar in 10 seconds flat. He and I discuss a new release on WebinarNinja as well as how to do webinars well and in a way that will get you results.
Zenhom is also the co-founder of The $100 MBA, the largest alternative business education online. He’s also the host of the podcast, The $100 MBA Show which has delivered 650 lessons and counting to over 50,000 daily listeners.
Questions I ask Omar Zenhom:
- What makes a good webinar?
- What was missing from platforms out there that made you want to build your own?
- What are some effective ways to get businesses what they need out of webinars without the hard sell?
What you’ll learn if you give a listen:
- How webinars apply to different stages of the customer journey
- How to serve your customers with webinars
- How to use webinars for internal purposes
Key takeaways from the episode and more about Omar Zenhom:
- Learn more about WebinarNinja.
- Learn more about the $100 MBA.
- Follow on Twitter.
- Connect on LinkedIn.
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