This episode kicks off a new series all about hosting a summit as an introvert.
We'll cover what I was seeing from introverts that made me decide to do this series, why I don't think being an introvert is a reason to avoid hosting a summit, and what you can do differently to account for your introverted tendencies.
Have you heard someone say that online summits don't work? I have and, as you'd probably guess, I have some pretty strong feelings about it and in this episode you'll hear all about them. Word of caution: my soapbox makes an appearance.
Are virtual summits on their way out? Let's chat about it!
In this episode we'll cover why people might say that summits are on their way out, my response to that, the types of summits that *are* indeed on their way out, and how to make sure you host a summit that gets results.
Not sure how to promote your summit on Pinterest? You're not alone!
In this episode with Meagan Williamson, we're breaking down the amount of time you need to promote a summit on Pinterest, what that promotion should look like, and an overview of promoted pins.
Facebook ads for your summit don't have to be expensive or complicated and that's exactly what we'll chat about in this episode with Tony Rulli.
We'll talk about Facebook ad strategies to start with, a minimum budget and how to scale it, and where to start if you've never run ads.
In this episode we're chatting with Quiana Murray about all things sponsorships. We cover everything from how to decide if you should have sponsors to how to pitch them and how much to charge. This is an action-packed episode you won't want to miss!
In this episode, Liz Wilcox is taking us behind the scenes of what it has been like to host 3 summits alongside 3 co-hosts.
We're talking about everything from how the event and offer have evolved over the years to how to help an audience not familiar with online summits understand how it all works.
In this episode, we have launch and conversion copywriter Elli Runkles to talk about the most important pieces of copy for your summit's registration process. We'll cover what to include on your registration page and mistakes to avoid, emails to turn your existing list into summit attendees, and the sequence that should go out once someone registers for your event.
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.