Looking back on 2020 itself is quite the whirlwind, but when I sat down to think specifically about 2020 as it pertains to virtual summits I was pretty blown away at some of the things I’ve learned.
Even though I’m sitting here with over 100 episodes of this podcast recorded, I can’t believe how much I’m still learning and how much I still have to experiment with.
I really wanted to make episode 100 special and knew I couldn’t do it alone, so I’ve brought in a handful of incredible women to help.
Each of these ladies is a friend, a powerhouse summit host, a past podcast guest, and a Summit in a Box student and I can’t wait for you to hear what each of them has to say.
When it comes time to pitch virtual summit speakers, it's easy to get in your head about how much you are (or aren't) paying them or how big (or small) your audience is. The thing is, those aren't the reasons someone will agree to participate in your summit.
Thinking about co-hosting a virtual summit? My most recent event was co-hosted, so I'm giving you a behind-the-scenes look at what to consider before you decide if it's the right move for you.
We'll cover the great parts about co-hosting, 6 things to keep in mind before you make a decision, and how to split tasks if you decide to go for it with a partner.
It's natural to spend time planning your overall summit strategy. But what about the experience your attendees have before, during, and after the event?
In this episode, I brought in Ashley Shuler to chat through what your summit's people experience should look like and how you can get started with yours.
If you're not already outsourcing, you'll likely begin to consider it when it comes time to put on your summit.
After all, there are all kinds of easy, repeatable tasks, which are perfect for your first outsourcing experience!
To help get you started, I've brought in Tianna Tye to chat about how to know if it's time to outsource, what to get ready on the backend before you start, and how to be...
Your summit is over, but what does that mean for your summit website?
You certainly don't want to just leave things as they are, so let's cover a simple strategy that benefits your business and gives people who land on your website a great experience once the event is over.
You've created an incredible all-access pass offer for your virtual summit and now it's time to show it off and get those sales rolling in.
While the industry standard all-access pass conversion rate is about 5%, my students and I see closer to 15%, and what you’re going to hear today are a few of the things that help us do that.
Let's cover my 5 best all-access pass sales...
After our last episode, you understand the goal behind your presentation pages and what exactly they should include.
We'll take it one step further with a Q&A style chat and cover:
Let's dive in!
As simple as your virtual summit's presentation pages might seem, there's actually a strategy behind them. This strategy will increase your impact and sales, get your attendees better results, and properly showcase your speakers.
We'll cover the goal of your presentation pages, a big mistake to avoid, and what should go on each page.
Learn how much time to set aside for planning and launching your profitable, stress-free online summit and use my calculator to set the due dates for you.