Webinar Best Practices Throughout the Customer Journey

Webinar Best Practices Throughout the Customer Journey

Webinar Best Practices Throughout the Customer Journey

By John Jantsch

This episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast is sponsored by ahrefs – one of my go-to SEO tools – enter to win a full year of ahrefs service ($2,000 value) by subscribing to the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast

Marketing Podcast with Omar Zenhom
Podcast Transcript

Omar Zenhom

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:

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And if you liked this post, check out our Small Business Guide to Shaping the Customer Journey.

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