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Extending the life of your invitation

July 23 2007 / by Roger Courville

Filed under: Strategy, Web Seminars, web seminars

Many web seminar invitations inevitably go to somebody's equivalent of anonymous@hotmail.com, which means that often they end up in in-boxes that are checked infrequently. 

This means that as lead times have gotten shorter, there is a greater chance that infrequent anon checkers get your invitation too late - either too close to the event date to act upon it, or just plain too late.

Make sure the 'register' link in your invitation redirects to the web seminar archive.

Topics: Strategy, Web Seminars, web seminars

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