Fact: Webinars Sell and Webinars Sell Big!
So why should you be frozen out?
Why should webinars only be the domain of the gurus and big boys?
You know the situation already.
You need your own high value product to use webinars. And the cost and skills needed to profit from this highly lucrative sales method put it way out of reach of the majority internet marketers.
Of course you have.
You are probably trying to build a list right? Or maybe even that is too much work for you?
It takes time, it takes money, it takes training. You need new tools, new ideas, new products on a continuous basis.
It's a real roller-coaster that you can't get off but you can't seem to make book with either.
Webinars look like the perfect solution but the main applications require huge monthly payments.
There's a good reason why they cost an arm and a leg...
...They simply work and make a lot of money for their users.
Technically challenging, hard to produce high quality content, problems presenting to camera. Just too may moving parts - any one of which will stop most marketers in their tracks.
I know, I've been in that exact position.
A few years back I ran a highly successful coaching course and wanted to promote it with webinars. I had all the challenges I mentioned above and more. It just wasn't feasible.
However I did some deep digging and talked it through with a few contacts that were making big bucks with webinars at that time and came up with master plan of my own. I noticed that there were a few software products on the market that let you run “automated webinars”. Basically Webinar replays.
You still had to create the webinar originally but it meant I could record the webinar in my own time, edit the video to get it perfect and play it to my prospective customers.
I avoided the big players like GoToWebinar. They were just so hugely expensive. I tried every other vendor that promised a great evergreen webinar program at a sensible price and threw every one of them in the bin.
They just did not work. Some simply failed to work correctly, others didn't give you enough functionality, most still required bucket loads of work before even getting started.
And some committed the biggest sin of all (IMHO). They pretended that their automated webinars were actually live. With all sorts of tricks to fool the attendees.
It just doesn't make any sense.
So my only recourse was to build a system for myself. And I did exactly that.
It took me months of testing and trialling everything but eventually it all came together.