Financial advisors have a pretty unique roll and several unique challenges. Good news: here's an upcoming webinar just for you, and all who register will get a copy of a new white paper coming out co-researched by yours truly:
This is a two-for-one...
One thing I get tired of is blog posts that scratch the surface. You know the type..."how to generate a million leads with webinars," and their advice reminds you to invite people and send a reminder email.
I recently saw a study where respondents BOTH complained about the frequency and duration of meetings AND secretly noted that they liked them.
It's one thing to get someone to your webinar...and it's another to keep them there, engaged enough to "get" your key messages. After all, if they're only there from the neck down, you've lost part of the battle.
There are SO many forms of social media it's tough to count and categorize them all, but Twitter is particularly powerful for connecting with prospects and customers. This webinar will be diving into what we've learned about the intersection of social media with webinars.
Just this weekend I got an unsolicited email from a fan:
One of the things you'll never hear come out of the mouth of me or my team is that webinars should replace all face-to-face training. That's stupid.
If you've heard me speak, you've probably heard me say that I think every form of communicating has its valid and rightful place in the mix - and that in-person sessions are still valid.
Based on the research that I've done, this webinar will deliver practical "so what do I do about it" ways to avoid the mistakes others are making.