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Webinar Guest Presenter Information

Want to be a guest presenter on one of our Wednesday Webinars? Great! Here are a few things you should know…

Pitching

Before we can schedule you or your client for a Wednesday Webinar, you must pitch us the topic. We reserve the right to decline any presenter or topic that doesn’t work with our brand. To pitch your presenter and topic, please email Ariella at Ariella@workitdaily.com.

Scheduling

  • Webinars are always held on Wednesdays at 1pm EST
  • They are an hour long (30 minute presentation + 30 minute Q&A with the audience = 60 minutes)
  • A test run is required before the live webinar
  • Scheduling may vary. Please e-mail Ariella at Ariella@workitdaily.com for available dates.

Be Our Guest!

All guests must book in advance. If you’re interested in being a guest on one of our Career Q&A shows, please e-mail Ariella Coombs at ariella@workitdaily.com. We’d love to learn more about you (or your client)!  

Topics

Topics must be career-related and relevant to the CAREEREALISM brand. Potential categories include:
  • Job search
  • Personal branding
  • Networking
  • Workplace issues
  • Interviewing
  • Resumes/Cover letters
  • LinkedIn
  • Social media for your career
  • Career development/ Promotion
  • Leadership/Management
  • Work-life balance
  • Entrepreneurship/franchising/business ownership
  • Career change
  • Finances
If you’d like to pitch a topic that isn’t on this list, please email Ariella at Ariella@workitdaily.com.

See How It Works!

Here’s an example of a recent webinar:

Our Stats

Here’s a quick look at our stats:

Reader/Viewership

800K visitors/month 87,000+ daily RSS subscribers 3 live weekly career shows 4,500+ articles to date 1,700+ webshow subscribers

Social

Facebook – 39,572 likes Twitter – 57,000 followers Pinterest – 5,696 followers LinkedIn – 10,396 followers Google+ – 1,303 followers

Demographics

Majority of visitors are women Majority of visitors have some college Majority of visitors view site from work 40% are from U.S.

Materials Needed

Once you or your client has been approved and scheduled, please submit the following:
  • Description of webinar (300-500 words)
  • Bio and headshot
  • Free, downloadable workbook/checklist for viewers
  • PowerPoint presentation (should last about 30-35 minutes)
  • Gmail address (for Google+ Hangouts)
  • Post-webinar e-mail

Tech Requirements

The presenter will need the following items to present effectively:
  • Direct Internet connection (not WiFi)
  • HD Portable camera
  • Microphone
  • Earbuds

Recording

The webinar will be recorded. It will be available for free for a week, then it will go behind a pay wall. Anyone who would like to watch the webinar will have to pay to see it.

Promotion

PRESENTER PROMOTION: Although the webinar is focused on the agreed topic, we do allow our presenters to promote their services, products, or brands briefly at the end of the webinar. Presenters also have the opportunity to make one final pitch to our audience in our follow up email with the recording (post-webinar email) to our audience. PRE-WEBINAR: We promote upcoming webinars on our TV schedule and Upcoming Webinars page. A week before the webinar, we increase promotions and include it in our newsletter and social channels.

Be Our Guest!

All guests must book in advance. If you’re interested in being a guest on one of our Career Q&A shows, please e-mail Ariella Coombs at ariella@workitdaily.com. We’d love to learn more about you (or your client)!  
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