Greg Crandell talks about a way to get the word out.
If you've been in the business world as long as I have, you know all about seminars. The long trips, the continental breakfasts, the flurry of business cards - it becomes second nature after a while. So when DigitalMailer began working on ways to bring clients together online, the Webinar stood out as a terrific option. Webinar is just a fancy word for Internet conference. To put it another way, it's a seminar without the hassles typical of seminar planning. You don't have to book a concert space or boardroom, your attendees don't have to drive or fly to come listen in, and you can deliver all the supporting material right to the observer's screen.
"But can't anyone just pop in and take advantage of our good advice?" you ask. Not if you don't invite them. Webinars, like seminars, can have limited seating if you choose. Even better, if you have certain pieces of information to record, you can save it and distribute it later on to clients or customers that take an interest in your work.
What could your business do with a Webinar? To find out, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org