Summit interviews don’t have to be boring!
Interviews can be an incredibly beneficial part of your event. They allow for more connection between you and your speakers, they allow attendees to get to know you as the host, and they're easy for speakers to participate in.
But if your interviews aren't energized, focused, and actionable, the attendees will mentally checkout and miss...
A community is a great way to build engagement for your virtual summit. The goal of a summit community is to get your attendees engaged, excited, and taking action together.
But if this is your first time, you might run into some questions. Things like:
Engagement is a major key to hosting a profitable and community-building virtual summit. One of the best ways to boost engagement is with a Facebook group (or other community) just for the summit.
A summit community means having a place to come together, learn, implement, ask questions, and have a good time.
It's totally worth the “extra” work to have a community for your...
If you host a summit with even as few as 10 presentations, anyone who watches them all is going to wind up overwhelmed, frustrated, and feeling like they can't succeed.
Instead, show your attendees how to choose presentations that will get them the biggest return for their unique situation. One way to encourage this is to create a quiz to help each attendee narrow down to the best...
You can create an incredible digital experience through a virtual summit, but have you considered what it would look like to bring a physical element into the mix?
When is the last time you thought outside-the-box to go above and beyond in getting your audience to engage with you and your brand?
A summit that isn't engaging means it's less likely anyone will stay interested long enough to get a real transformation. That's why I encourage you to get creative with how you keep your summit attendees engaged.
Today, Jodan Aspen from ...
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.
Did you know that most virtual summit presentations are way too long and don't actually give attendees what they need to see a transformation?
It's true! And incorporating learning design into your event can go along way to help.
Special guest, Emily Walker, is here to talk about what learning design is and how to incorporate it into your summit.
Are people going to be excited when they see your summit pop up?
Of course we all want our audience to be pumped about our summit, but there's actually some intentional thought that goes into creating an event people want to attend.
In this episode we'll break down the main key to doing that and dive deeper into 3 specific tips to make it happen.
There are a LOT of emails that go into a summit and it can get to be a lot for our attendees...unless we make them engaging!
In this episode, we're chatting with Sarah Anderson about how to increase attendee engagement through our emails, rather than driving them away.
We'll cover things like:
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.