You’ve used free webinars to build your audience and establish yourself as a trusted source of information. Now, you’re ready to take it to the next level and start charging.

It’s Q&A Wednesday, and one listener wants to know what a paid webinar should cost. Charging for webinars is a huge step forward, creating opportunities for more than just money. Real idea validation and the monetizing of your expertise can take you to the next level.

So what should it be worth for an attendee?

Today, we explain how different goals for your webinar will determine the price. We offer some examples, and discuss what factors to consider when establishing your baseline price. Whether you’re testing the waters of your own brand, or simply want to raise some dough, there’s a right price for your webinar. Click Play!

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