In the previous post, we talked about the 9 phases of a profitable webinar, why you should run webinars and how you should run them. In this post, you will learn the types of webinars you should be running to build and profit from your community.
This webinar enables you to earn a lot of goodwill with the community that you’ve built at the moment and enables you to earn money on the side. This type of webinar is usually best employed when you want to sell a new product or service before you even launch it.
For example, there’s a new coaching program or online course that you will be launching next week. What you’ll do is put together a webinar targeted at your community. With a webinar like this, you don’t do any external promotions. If you’ve built a community that you’re serving, make the topic of your webinar relevant to their desire or the product that you’re about to launch.
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The whole idea behind this type of webinar is that you run a training series where you split your topics into several different sub-topics over different days. With these webinars, you schedule the training––which is usually a paid event.
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You partner with someone to host and run a webinar. One person has a community and the other person has the expertise.
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Look out for Part 2, where I share 3 more webinars you should be running.
During the month of September, DJ Sobanjo would be running a 3 part online training series where he will be covering:
DJ Sobanjo is a leading personal and leadership development expert, author, speaker, coach and consultant. He has been engaging, inspiring and developing people across the world for over 14 years. He started his internet business journey in 2003 and after many false starts went on to build a successful global business online. In 2014 he started Profit From Coaching to help other coaches, speakers and trainers build a profitable business around their passion of helping others.
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