Email messages are a quick and convenient means of communication with your webinar participants. Generally, it should not be just confined to a reminder of the webinar broadcast start and the link to the webinar room. Communication with webinar participants over email can become a full-fledged component of your marketing strategy.
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Email campaigns serve as webinar invitations as well as sources of engagement and information about the upcoming event and the company upon the whole. But how should a good email campaign look like? It should be interesting, original, consistent, you would say. It is all true, but most importantly, it must work and bring you clients. Here you can find 10 ideas for a creative and effective email campaign that will make your clients want to visit and pay for your webinar.
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Today we shall talk about storytelling. Not through the prism of fairytales and novellas, or as a trend in e-learning, but rather as a tool for brand and business development.
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Live broadcasts and webinars are being used more and more to grow businesses and personal brands. You are more likely to see a brand rather than your friends broadcasting on Facebook and YouTube.
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MyOwnConference has released a new marketing tool called Call to Action, which is proven to work and is able to bring even better results to your webinars. Call to Action (CTA) is an element (e.g. a button, a banner or some text) that encourages users to perform certain actions: registering, buying, leaving an application etc.
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