If there’s one thing I can say for certain about 2022, it’s that this year was full of transitions. So many things changed in terms of what’s working and not working in online business this year, and I know we’re not the only ones who have been experimenting and evolving as the industry changes.
As much as I’d love to say that summits are immune to the shifts...
As a virtual summit strategist who teaches FREE summits, I get asked often about the difference between running free vs paid virtual events.
Until recently, I didn’t have a great answer to these questions. I was able to share guesses, but I wasn’t comfortable giving too many opinions on paid conferences since I didn’t have my own experience with them.
We’re moving right along with our Behind the Summit Series, and this week I’m taking you behind the scenes of my event schedule planning process.
Like most aspects of an online summit, a lot more goes into this than you might initially think.
I knew this would be a big project with a lot of moving pieces (35 speakers slots and even more live sessions over 5...
You'd think that someone with a business called "Summit in a Box" might think there is one cookie-cutter way to host a summit, but that's not at all the case. The "box" is meant to make your first summit as easy as possible and to allow you to expand and customize from there.
Find a part of the process that doesn't feel good?
Think your audience will respond better to something different?
You've heard me say it before, and I'll say it again: A niched-down summit will make all the difference.
I brought on Dr. Samantha Radford to talk about how she found an underserved sub-niche within an already specific audience. It made all the difference in her summit conversion rates and created an impactful event for her attendees.
She shares so much great info including:
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:
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.