6 More Reasons to Lead a Zoom Webinar

zoom-webinar-michael-goldbergThere are no shortage of webinars and online meetings out there. You can do a search right now and find webinars, especially a Zoom webinar, on almost any given topic. That said, I find it surprising that more financial advisors, brokers, agents, reps, planners, and producers are not taking advantage of a time when people are so open to learning through webinars.

What is preventing you from delivering yours?

Most firms have compliance approved webinars ready to go and designed to help prospects and clients plan and navigate through some of today’s financial challenges.

A while ago wrote 7 Reasons to Deliver a Webinar. If you need some more convincing, here are six more reasons!

Connect With Your Target Audience

Showcasing your smarts to your target audience is a great way to generate prospects and referrals. But first you have to have a target audience! The more targeted your audience, the easier it is to promote your Zoom webinar. And then your ideas can be tailored to that exact audience. Fancy that!

Share Helpful Ideas

Leading a webinar is an efficient way to take your best ideas and share them with your prospects and clients. In fact, in preparing for your session, you can contact several of your best clients and ask them questions about what they would find most valuable for a webinar. Once you collect their suggestions, you’ll be able to deliver helpful information that you know will be on target. Also, you’ll be able to ask those clients to attend and promote your webinar. In fact, ask them to bring guests. How cool is that?

Make an Offer

One of the perks of leading a webinar is you have a captive audience and therefore can make an irresistible offer. That offer can be a free strategy session, a book, or perhaps another Zoom webinar. You don’t want to take up too much time making an offer or promoting your services, but you do want to have something to offer to those attendees that are serious about implementing your ideas or about becoming your client.

Reason to Contact Prospects and Clients

When you’re planning for a wedding, sweet 16 party, birthday party, or whatever, one of the fun parts is developing the guest list. Who do you want to invite? Well, it’s the same thing when you’re planning for a webinar. Who should round out the guest list? What’s great about scheduling a webinar is you have something to talk about with every client, prospect, and referral source. In fact, you’ll have another reason to reach out to more of them.

Collect Names and Contact Info

If you use a program like Zoom to deliver your online session, you can make your attendees register for the event so you can compile all their names and email addresses. This gives you the ability to follow up with your attendees to remind them of your offer, include them in future mailings, and perhaps add them to your blog. A word of caution here. It’s a good idea to check with your compliance department so you’re clear on guidelines around email communication. Also, in your follow up email, it’s a good practice to invite recipients to register for your blog rather than simply adding them to your database.

Develop a Following

What’s great about leading a webinar is you’ll grow your database and create some activity on LinkedIn, that is, if you follow up with attendees and invite them to be a part of your connections. As you keep delivering sessions, you’ll develop a following of those that care about what you say, post, and promote. Imagine what would happen if you initiated networking meetings with those followers?

Leading webinars is a great low-cost, low-risk way to help so many people while expanding your network and establishing greater credibility.

When will you schedule yours?

Michael Goldberg

Michael Goldberg

Michael Goldberg has helped financial advisors, brokers, agents, reps, wholesalers and other sales producers generate hundreds of thousands of dollars to their bottom line. His firm Knock Out Networking, LLC is renowned as a speaking and training resource in the financial services industry.

Michael has spoken at numerous conferences in the financial services industry including the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) and has spoken for TEDx at Yale University. Educational background includes a Masters Degree in Training and Organization Development from Lesley University and a Bachelors Degree from CUNY Brooklyn in Hospitality Management. Michael is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), an earned designation awarded by the National Speakers Association and the International Federation for Professional Speakers to recognize demonstrated commitment to the speaking profession through proven speaking experience. Fewer than 10% of the thousands of speaking professionals worldwide hold this designation. He is currently an award winning adjunct professor at Rutgers University and frequently volunteers as a speaker at organizations focused on career search.

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