Do Webinars Really Work?

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Tim Gillette- Speaker, Author, Radio Show Host says
When it comes to webinars 3 different things I have seen that coaches, and new online people rush to see. Those three things become the reason they fail at building any online presence.

1. They study every possible way to game the system and build a sales page that is SEO optimized.

SEO will work, but you must have the right words. BUT it will not fill your entire webinar, and it will not fill it with the right potential clients.

2. They spend hours, and thousands of dollars learning from every GURU who is teaching webinars to sell you on webinars.

There are some great teachers in the online space, BUT to many of them give you just a teaser, NO real steps, and NO concrete solution, just a sales pitch to get your money.

3. They become so focused on the latest and greatest Social Media platforms, Phone Apps, and online sites.

Social Media is important, it is a great tool to attract the audience and clients you want. BUT without a system behind getting them off social media and attending your webinar or class, all you end up with are some more friends.

On this training, I'll be covering all aspects of creating a webinar campaign that SELLS...

You'll be discovering:

1. How to to get tons of registrants ...possibly even free ...maybe even at a profit (before the webinar even starts) ...without using JV's or affiliates or spammy "tricks".

2. The dead-simple five-phase presentation process that makes your webinars engaging, fun, and valuable...while still SELLING like crazy (without hype or cheesyness.)

3. A quick and easy 3-step formula for crafting a high-converting pitch that closes sales like crazy. (you can use this in videos too and even in sales letters.)

And much, much more. This is an EXCELLENT training and I'm revealing the exact formulaic steps I've used.

We start at 6:30 with Networking

7:00 Webinar presentation.

8:30 End of presentation.

We have limited seating, RSVP is great but first people in get seats.

Only $5.00 for an million dollar idea.
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By: Tim Gillette- Speaker, Author, Radio Show Host

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