Webinars are an excellent way to connect with your prospects and clients. This type of technology allows you at show your screen while you are teaching and presenting. I started using webinars at the end of 2008, after seeing that so many others working on the Internet were doing it in this way. No matter if you are teaching a course and need to show the exact methods you use, or if you are preparing a PowerPoint presentation, this will work well for you. Remember to think about the audience you are presenting to, the way you will package your webinar as a product in the future, and how you will follow up with your prospects after the training is over.
Your audience will determine the level of expertise you will want to share. Someone who is in the beginning stages of your topic will need for you to go more slowly so they will see each step. Find out in advance if they have additional questions you may not have thought of. This will make it a better experience for everyone involved, and also ensure that people come to you for this topic in the future.
Always think about what you will do with your webinar recording once it is completed. You may decide to add it to a membership site, use it as a free giveaway on an optin page, or use it as part of a home study package you can use for months or even years to come.
After the training is over, ask for feedback from those who attended the live presentation. This will help you to know exactly what the people on your list want and expect to receive from you. They may give you excellent ideas on what type of product you could create next. This will be sure to increase your bottom line for your business.
As you can see, webinars are an excellent way to build your business. You will be able to reach your prospects at the level they are at presently, use these trainings to create products, and be able to better follow up with people in the future.
Jeanette Cates has a course that teaches you absolutely everything you need to know about how to host a webinar and hold webinar trainings. She has done it for several years now, and can explain it in detail while answering all of your questions.