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You might want to try Clickwebinar for webinars. I have used their service seamlessly for a couple of months on MacOS and they do the recordings. They are not good though if you need to constantly interact with the audience because the delay in speech through their server is too high (or at least...

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GoToWebinar all the way. It's a bit pricey (but not too much), but it's by far the best solution out there. The last thing you want to do is use a free/cheap but unreliable provider and have your webinar experience massive connectivity issues or drop half way through.

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Recent Udemy changes... well over last 18 months now, have rendered Udemy less than the best for marketing. If you layout your entire monetization strategy, likely there are far more lucrative + useful ways of marketing than Udemy. Be sure to mention if you're using your using your course as a ...

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Have you considered utilizing a tool like Webinar Jam? You can pre-record your webinars, turn them into evergreen webinars and set the entire system up to provide specific dates and times for the recording, including a, "Your in luck, our next one starts in 15 minutes!" option or something like ...

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What I've seen be incredibly effective is to gate the webinars and offer them for email addresses. At this point you can drop these prospects into a highly targeted drip campaign. To use this most effectively you would want multiple webinars for each persona you are targeting and segment them b...

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This is a poor way of trying to sell SaaS products and other software. Unfortunately, it's also the ONLY way most people in the field know how to do it. I've written several times about the reasons demos fail to sell. Here are the links: http://www.salestactics.org/why-demos-fail-to-sell/ htt...

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Hi, your question and your statement following are about two different things. A video recording and a webinar are not the same thing. A webinar is a live event that is recorded into video format. You invite people to attend, get them on a list, remind them to appear at the right time and place,...

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Depends on your goal. Many times leveraging https://Meetup.com is a far better solution. Also using Direct Mail, rather than Digital Marketing, for Virtual events can be highly effective because hardly anyone is willing to do the minimal work required to do Direct Mail. If you do this minimal ...

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Hi Kinuko, Well done for the initiative. I wasn't 100% clear what type of speakers you are looking for, but in general, even if you don't have a large budget, you can still bring in speakers, so long as the (1) event is prestigious enough and/or (2) the audience is large enough or has people wh...

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As someone who has made this transition, it's too long for this answer box. I did, however, make a website about it: http://webinarhow.to. Briefly, in the long term, you've got to shift your mindset from a service model to a products model. In the short term, you need to do more marketing, mo...

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