If you've run in-person events and are ready to go virtual, there can be a bit of a learning curve.
You might have a lot of questions: What's different between the two? How do I keep attendees engaged? Can I still reach my goals?
Today, Natasha Wright is breaking down how to:
You know you can grow your virtual summit by running ads, promoting to your audience, and getting speakers to promote, but what other options are there?
Think outside the box when it comes to your summit promotion. Something I’d never considered is leveraging media connections for promoting a summit. So, when Liz Fleming told me about how she did it, my mind was blown.
Today, Liz is...
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 ...
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:
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.