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7 proven tactics to drive more demand and registrations for our next webinar

The sooner you spread the word, the more people will register for your webinar. In addition to getting a good invitee list, you need to put in a lot of work and effort to make it worthwhile for them. Read on to learn more about this!

Check out these 7 proven tactics to drive More demand and registrations for our next webinar.

1. Create and send a compelling promo

The most important step in driving demand and registrations for your next webinar is creating and sending a compelling promo. Your promo should be short, to the point, and highlight the key benefits of attending the webinar. Be sure to include a call-to-action (CTA) that encourages recipients to register for the event.

To create an effective promo, start by brainstorming a list of potential benefits attendees will get from tuning in. Then, craft a catchy headline that accurately reflects these benefits. Finally, use strong copy and persuasive language to further sell the value of the event. Remember to include essential details like the date, time, and sign-up link in your promo so interested readers can easily register.

If you want to maximize reach and engagement with your promotional efforts, consider using webinar software that allows you to easily share your event across social media platforms and email lists. Additionally, consider investing in paid advertising on platforms like LinkedIn or Facebook to reach a wider audience.

2. Offer Free Stuff!

Webinars are a great way to generate leads, build relationships and establish thought leadership within your industry. In order to maximize attendance and conversions, it’s important to use effective demand-generation tactics leading up to your webinar.

One key tactic is to offer freebies in exchange for registration. This could be an e-book, white paper, report, or any other kind of valuable content that your target audience would find helpful.

Make sure that the freebie is relevant to the topic of your webinar and make it clear what attendees will learn by attending. Creating a sense of urgency can also be helpful in getting people to register – for example, you could offer a limited number of free spots or a discount for those who register early.

If you have a large email list, you can promote your webinar directly to them with a personalized message from the presenter. You can also share it on social media and run targeted ads to reach new audiences who might be interested in what you have to say.

3. Templates Matter 

Webinars are a fantastic way to generate leads, build relationships and establish yourself as an authority in your industry. But running a successful webinar doesn’t just happen by accident.

Templates set the tone for your entire event and can make or break its success. That’s why it’s so important to invest time and effort into creating beautiful, engaging templates that match your brand identity and resonate with your target audience.

Your webinar template should include everything from the registration page to the thank-you page. And each element should be carefully designed to convert visitors into registrants and registrants into attendees.

4. Provide a variety of Incentives and Discounts

Make sure to provide a variety of incentives and discounts for your webinar. This will ensure that you attract a wide range of potential attendees and help to boost registrations.

Some examples of incentives and discounts that you could offer include:

-A discount on a future purchase from your company

-A free consultation or guidance call with an expert in your field

-A complimentary copy of an e-book or white paper related to your webinar topic

-Access to exclusive content or resources not available to the general public

 Whatever incentives and discounts you decide to offer, make sure they are relevant to your target audience and enticing enough to encourage people to register for your webinar.

5. Make Webinar Registration as Low Effort As Possible

If you want more people to sign up for your webinars, make the registration process as low-effort as possible. Don’t make potential attendees jump through hoops just to sign up.

The fewer steps there are to the registration process, the better. The simpler you can make it, the more likely people will be to register.

Consider allowing people to register with their social media accounts, like Facebook or LinkedIn. This way, they don’t have to remember another username and password just for your webinar. And speaking of passwords, don’t require one just to register for your webinar. Again, this adds an unnecessary barrier that could dissuade people from signing up.

Finally, make sure the form fields you do require are absolutely essential. Don’t ask for information that isn’t necessary. The less information you require from potential attendees, the more likely they’ll be to register for your webinar.

6. Using SlideShare to Promote and Share your Webinar

Webinars are a great way to generate leads and build relationships with potential customers, but they’re only useful if people actually attend. In order to get people to sign up and show up for your webinar, you need to promote it effectively. And one of the best ways to do that is by using SlideShare.

Your SlideShare deck should be designed to grab attention and get people interested in your upcoming webinar. Use high-quality images, infographics, and statistics to make your deck stand out. And be sure to include a clear Call-To-Action (CTA) that tells viewers how they can sign up for your webinar.

Once you’ve created your SlideShare deck, share it on all of your social media channels – Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. You can also embed the deck on your website or blog post about the webinar. The more places you promote your SlideShare deck, the more views (and webinar registrations) you’ll get.

7. Give the Local Audience a Chance to Attend Your In-Person Event

Although webinars are a great way to reach a larger audience, don’t forget about your local customers. They may not be able to attend the webinar if it’s during work hours or if the time zone is different. However, they would probably be able to attend an in-person event.

If you have a larger budget, you could even fly out your best customers and prospects to attend an in-person event. This would give them an opportunity to meet you and your team, and see your company’s culture first-hand. Plus, it would create some buzz around your brand.

Ragavendhar Mohan