Thinking about hosting a live or paid virtual event?
Jordan Gill, host of the Done in a Day Interview Series is giving us a behind-the-scenes look at how she uses a live, paid virtual event to love on her people and bring new members into her group coaching program.
Hosting a virtual summit is an incredible way to build interest in the products and services you offer. But, what if I told you there was a way to use truly-targeted offers to sell better after your summit?
There is! Today, we have Allea Grummert to teach us all about:
No one likes sending out legal documents. Especially when you've invited someone on to speak at your event, you want it to be fun and casual, and you already feel like you're asking a lot of them.
But, if you're thinking about skipping the speaker agreement for your virtual summit? Think again!
No matter how well you know your speakers or how certain you feel that no issues will come up,...
Naming your virtual summit shouldn't get checked off your list the moment you think of that *perfect* name.
If you don't follow this 3-step process from Joey Vitale to call dibs, you might not even be in a position to call that perfect name yours.
Today, you'll learn all about:
We can talk about virtual summit strategy all day, but if you end up in your own way throughout the planning process, that strategy isn't going to as helpful as it could be.
In this post and podcast episode, we're joined by Ashley Beaudin where we'll talk about self-sabotage and how that can show up in your virtual summit. We're digging into the good stuff by covering:
We know a virtual summit can build your email list, skyrocket your revenue, and connect you with industry experts, but have you thought about how powerful it can be if you want to build your brand authority?
I brought in a special guest, Tyaisha Robinson, to talk to us all about how to build brand authority through a virtual summit and how that ties into creating an incredible attendee...
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.
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.
We spend a lot of time talking about what to do in different areas of your summit, but a recent summit I was a part of, along with my friend Desola Davis, sparked the need to look at things from a different angle.
We know that, as a host, you never want to treat your speakers poorly. But it can be tough to know what actions will encourage your speakers to participate and share about the...
Wondering how to stand out in a sea of speakers once your virtual summit is over? Kate Doster has the answers for you today.
She's going to cover the biggest mistakes summit hosts and speakers make with sending post-summit emails, how to treat your new subscribers like humans to boost sales, and the exact types of emails you should be sending.
We'll let Kate take it form here!
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.