How to run successful webinars
Can you ride a bicycle?
Maybe when you started, you had training wheels and maybe your parents or older brother helped you. Eventually, those training wheels were removed. You staggered, staggered, and fell several times, but finally learned to ride a bike on two wheels and felt great about yourself.
Hosting and running successful webinars involves the exact same process. You should find someone to help you. Expect several webinars and take notes. After attending various webinars, even in different markets or niches, you will see that there is generally an established delivery pattern.
Learn with training wheels
At first, getting a successful webinar host to help you is like having training wheels on your bike when you were little. This virtually eliminates faults.
You may not be the most skilled webinar host in the world, but when you receive guidance from someone else who has already been there and done so, your performance, even the first time, is much better than it would be if you had tried. . to learn on your own.
Do you remember the first time you asked someone out?
Okay, let’s forget about the bike riding experience for a while.
Do you remember the first time you asked someone out on a date?
You were full of restlessness. Would they reject you? Would you open your mouth and babble and mumble the words, looking like a fool and feeling like a fool? These are questions you asked yourself. Since you didn’t want to fail, what did you do before asking that special someone out on a date?
You practiced your delivery.
Test your webinar software before publishing. This sounds like obvious advice, but many first-time webinar hosts don’t do it the right way. Practice, practice, and then practice some more.
Offer your webinar to a few friends and get their feedback. Hold your webinar as many times that you are familiar with the software and the experience from the inside out, both from your point of view and that of your attendees. Practice makes perfect, so familiarize yourself with your webinar software and script before it launches.
Don’t forget to be yourself
You have a lot to learn to be confident in webinars. There is the software that you have to discover. What happens if there is a technical problem? What if nobody shows up? What if too many people show up and you get a series of complaints because prospects can’t attend?
With all these important considerations, there is no point in increasing your workload by trying to pretend that you are someone you are not.
You will develop confidence and the ability to deliver webinars when you act like yourself and no one else. You are a unique person and webinars have a wonderful way of letting your unique personality shine through.