Not sure how to promote your virtual summit on Pinterest? You're not alone!
We're used to promoting blog posts, podcast episodes, and other evergreen content on Pinterest, but promoting a virtual summit feels totally different.
I'm no Pinterest expert, so I've brought in Meagan Williamson to break down the amount of time you need to promote a summit on Pinterest, what the strategy should look...
Facebook ads for your summit don't have to be expensive or complicated, even if you're newer to running ads! However, it can totally seem like a big and intimidating step.
I've spent anywhere from $50 to $2500 on ads in any of my summits, but I can tell you that once you get the hang of it, it's totally worth it.
However, I'm no Facebook ads expert, so I've brought in special guest Tony Rulli...
You've done the work of preparing your online summit and now it's time to promote.
Especially if you're starting with a smaller audience, this can feel intimidating. You want to deliver for your speakers and hit the big goals you set. Where do you even start?
I'm happy to say that the success of a virtual summit does not rely on the size of your audience. To help, today we'll cover...
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.
Want a virtual summit registration page that converts? Of course, you do!
What most summit hosts don't know is that it's not as easy as creating a page that says you're hosting an awesome event. Instead, you need to put just as much thought and strategy into it as you would into a sales page for a paid product.
After all, people are paying you with their time, even if the ticket is free.
The moving pieces that kick in once an attendee registers for your summit play a huge part in your success. In this episode, we'll cover the 5 pieces in your summit's registration process, what it looks like from an attendee standpoint, and mistakes to avoid.
Stuck trying to figure out which tech platform to use for your virtual summit? We have guest tech expert, Jaime Slutzky here to make it simple!
In this post, Jaime will cover:
One thing I love about Jaime's approach...
Wondering how you can possibly make time for a summit when your schedule is already full? I've brought in Ashley Gartland to cover 3 simple steps for making room for a summit without overwhelm.
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.