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 a virtual summit is a great way to grow your email list, boost revenue, and get your name out there, but how do you fit it in along with an already busy side-hustle?
It's all about how you manage your time.
Today, Kari Roberts is here to share how she hosted a summit without stressing herself out as a side-hustler and how you can do it too.
Her 3-step process...
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...
A virtual summit is the one strategy that can skyrocket your email list, income, visibility, expert status, AND connections - all at once.
It’s an insanely powerful method that can also get complex.
It’s true, a virtual summit funnel has a lot of moving pieces, but if you’re already running a business I know it’s nothing you can’t handle.
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:
Thinking about co-hosting a virtual summit? My most recent event was co-hosted, so I'm giving you a behind-the-scenes look at what to consider before you decide if it's the right move for you.
We'll cover the great parts about co-hosting, 6 things to keep in mind before you make a decision, and how to split tasks if you decide to go for it with a partner.
Your summit is over, but what does that mean for your summit website?
You certainly don't want to just leave things as they are, so let's cover a simple strategy that benefits your business and gives people who land on your website a great experience once the event is over.
You don't have to spend a fortune to host a virtual summit. But if you've got a bit of a budget, it's nice to feel confident that you're using it where it will have the biggest impact.
Today, we'll cover the top 4 places to save and splurge when putting together your event.
Heads up that this post contains affiliate links for some of the tools I recommend. Of course, I'm only recommending...
If you aren’t organized with your virtual summit prep, it is going to turn into a massive headache. And I want your summit to be fun!
It's totally possible with a little organization. To help, today I’m sharing my top tips for running an organized event. This will include everything from organizing tasks, files, team members, speakers, and your brain, in general.
There are a lot of tasks that go into hosting a virtual summit and one of the best ways to lighten the load is to outsource where you can. To help, today we're covering what to outsource in your virtual summit.
Specifically, we'll cover whether you have to outsource, what the summit dream team looks like, what I recommend you do and don't outsource, and how I create systems for my team to...
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.