eMarketing with PowerPoint Webinars - Create and Conduct Your own Webinars

eMarketing with PowerPoint Webinars - Create and Conduct Your own Webinars

An Effective Marketing Tool and Easy to Do was Offered by Writers on the Move

The replay will be up at Writers on the Move soon.

You’re an author or writer, or maybe an entrepreneur or affiliate marketer, and you want to increase your mailing list, expert status, and sales of what you have to offer.

Sound about right?

Well then, do what the pros do, get into PowerPoint webinars.

Presenting PowerPoint webinars is an effective marketing tool. In fact, it’s one of the most effective strategies you can use to establish yourself as an expert, increase your mailing list, increase traffic to your sites, and sell your products and services.

Its effectiveness is noted by many of the marketing experts by their use of them. Big hitters, such as Daniel Hall, Brian Jud, David Frey, Kathleen Gage, and Jim Edwards all use webinars as a standard marketing tool.

And, you can have guest presenters or partner-up (joint ventures) with other marketers selling their products or services. You can even present webinars to sell affiliate products.

The webinar gave great tips to get you ready and set to create your own webinars.

Check out what we'll be discussing:

What is a Webinar?
6 Reasons Why You Should Offer Webinars
What is a PowerPoint Webinar?
What Webinar Service Should You Use?
Some Technical Elements of Webinars
Preparing for Your PowerPoint Presentation
Presenting a PowerPoint Webinar
Enhance Conversion Rate

Check out Writers on the Move's Workshop Page for this and other replays.


Joylene Nowell Butler said...

This is great stuff, Karen. Thank you. I'm checking them out today.

Karen Cioffi said...

Hi, Joylene. We try to help writers generate visibility. Thanks for stopping by.

Unknown said...

Do you think PowerPoint webinars are still worth doing? I'm thinking doing a video instead would be much more effective nowadays.

Fred | O'Malley Hansen Communications

Karen Cioffi said...

Hi, Fred,
You can turn PowerPoint presentations into video. And, I still think the webinar is powerful because of the interaction.