This week, we're continuing with the Behind the Summit series, where I'm sharing the behind-the-scenes of my summit planning process in real-time as I prepare for my next event.
Registration for the summit is drawing near, which means I've had a heavy focus on organizing and incorporating my sponsor activations into the event.
I finally got all of my sponsor information this week,...
ThriveCart is hands-down my top recommendation for your summit's cart and affiliate management platform.
You can totally make it work with others out there, but if it's in your budget and you're looking for something new, ThriveCart will not disappoint.
One of my favorite virtual summit monetization strategies is to use limited-time offers and price increases for the all-access pass.
While I know some people are opposed to “fast-action” style offers, if someone is willing to make a purchase of something before they’ve had a chance to experience the summit, I’m happy to give them a discount because of it.
Summits are an incredible way to funnel your ideal audience into an offer you have, but there's definitely a wrong way to do it.
The first time I launched my course after my summit I brought in $63,000 from 1500 attendees. Imagine what we could do with bigger summits, bigger numbers. We can dream big with this. However, since I’ve been paying more attention to post-summit course...
Landing sponsors for your virtual summit doesn't have to be complicated or feel slimy. It can be an experience that feels great for you and your sponsors while presenting incredible resources to your attendees.
Chelsea Clark is here this week to share her experience and how, in her very first summit, she landed $15k in summit sponsorships without uncomfortable sales calls or slimy...
You've got an incredible all-access pass offer ready to go for your virtual summit...but how in the world do you decide what to charge?
I know it's easy to assume that someone isn't willing to pay for what you have to offer. But more often than not, it's a mindset issue on your end more than anything.
After all, people pay to have their problems solved every single day. And that's exactly...
An all-access pass is a powerful way to make money through a virtual summit, but only if you do it the right way.
It’s totally possible to create an all-access pass that has your attendees jumping for the "buy now" button, but it's also possible to make one that totally flops.
No one wants ongoing access to presentations for $20. Your offer needs to be more appealing than that.
Anyone can wake up one day and decide to host a summit. They can randomly decide where to start, take off with no real direction, and put an insane amount of hours into an event that totally flops.
And...I kinda don’t want that to be you.
The steps we’re going to talk about in today’s episode are the steps you need to start your work toward an event that is actually going to...
Sponsorships are an incredible way to cover summit expenses, provide extra resources for attendees, and add some great social proof to your event.
But, I get it. Pursing sponsors can be intimidating and feel out of reach for many first-time summit hosts. I'm excited to tell you that it's totally possible!
To help, I brought in Anchen of Simply Digital Design...
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.
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.