Everything you wanted to know about webinars, but were afraid to ask…
Part of the changes I’m making in my business for this year are to provide you with useful training content.
I’ll be doing this by a series of free videos covering various topics such as copy writing, building a sales page, mindset, product creation, outsourcing and so on.
I KNOW lots of people want this kind of stuff after doing my course on auto backing up your web sites last September.
(Incidentally, there will be an updated version available soon to everyone that bought with a proper members area and an affiliate scheme. Watch this space and wait for the email – it’s no additional cost to anyone that has already purchased.)
It’s mainly swilling about in my head at the moment, and only exists as a comprehensive set of notes. But videos and documentation are coming.
Most of it will be free, some will be paid for.
And… One of the things that I’ll be doing later this year are webinars.
Webinars are easy. I know some people get a bit scared, but believe me it’s a LOT easier than standing in front of a room full of people who are waiting to hear you speak. 😉
The best bit is that you get to do the whole thing in the comfort of your own home and even have someone giving you a big hug if you need it.
No-one would ever know…
I know people like them simply because of the useful stuff you can learn, and I ALSO know that when you do any *selling* via a webinar, then people buy.
Simply, the conversion rate is much higher. It’s far more normal to achieve rates of 30-40% conversions rather 3-4%.
And I think I understand the psychology of why this is too, but I’ve not seen anyone discuss this anywhere.
Ingrained in the human psyche is the need to pay back for any perceived favours given. It’s a co-operative mutual help thing that’s been proven to help in individual’s successes.
You can read all about this in Robert B. Cialdini’s book, “Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion” which you can pick up for a few dollars on Amazon. Well worth it if you do ANY kind of selling – either products or services.
I’ve been keeping my ear to the ground for anything to do with webinars.
And then along comes this quite nice training at an 80% discount for a few days – it ends quite soon.
A heads up first though. The content is good, but you have to pick your way through some of the more obvious stuff before you get to the goodies.
And the members area isn’t laid out in modules as you’d expect it to be.
Those things aside, you could do a lot worse than to grab yourself a copy of this training while it’s on discount.
I love a bargain and I figure that if I like this then you may like it too.