Webinars work!

When it comes to connecting with an audience, converting them into customers, and keeping them around, you can’t beat the personal touch of a webinar. But if you’re new to the webinar game, should you jump right into live webinars? Or is it safer and smarter to use the pre-recorded version at first?

It’s Q&A Wednesday, and one listener wonders if automated webinars are better for a first-timer.

We’ll discuss the advantages and disadvantages of both options, so you can decide how to approach webinar-ing yourself. While some projects are definitely better tackled with an automated webinar, there are some situations where you have to go live — even at the beginning.

Learn how to balance your approach, and why one option is definitely better when you’re establishing yourself. Plus, take advantage of some free webinar training resources we offer through WebinarNinja. Click Play!

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