Webinar Sponsorship and Promotion

With 77% of Americans watching a YouTube video online last month as a way to learn, hosting live webinars that can be recorded and stored on-demand for your audience is one of the most cost-effective ways to capture new leads and convert more customers. Our webinar sponsorship program works as follows:

1. Topic Identification You’ll begin by working with our expert content team to select a topic that will attract the right audience.
2. Webinar Design We’ll then create a one-hour webinar designed by our staff (slides, graphics, etc.) that will be executed by a proven professional as a way to "edutain" (where education meets entertainment!) the attendees.
3. Registration and Promotion Next, we’ll create a unique registration page and promotion strategy that will be sent out to our 100K readers, 24K newsletter subscribers, 40K Twitter followers, and several other major out-reach platforms to drive sign-ups for the event.
4. Practice Session Just prior to the event, we’ll do a practice run of the webinar to ensure you are comfortable with participating and being on-camera.
5. Go LIVE! We’ll execute the live webinar using our HD Livestream technology platform.
6. Post-show Production After the show, we’ll upload the recording for you as a media file or YouTube video of your choice so that you can re-use it on your own site.
7. Attendee Follow-up Lastly, we’ll provide you with the e-mail addresses of all the registrants so you can contact them with any special offers you might have.
That’s it! In as little as three weeks, you could be showcased in a webinar to 100s of attendees who will see you as an expert, enabling you to position your products and services to them in a way that will gain their attention! Want more information? Contact us today by e-mail at info@workitdaily.com, or call us toll-free at 877-588-5455.
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