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Focused Attention Yields Results
If you’re like most business owners, you’re thirsty for more leads – leads who respect your advice and lean on you to make great recommendations. But it can be difficult and frustrating to find those leads.
Many people suggest hosting a webinar or seminar, which is a valid strategy. But it’s difficult if you’ve never hosted an event before.
You likely have a few dozen questions:
- How do you get busy business owners to show up?
- What topics are compelling enough to attract an audience?
- How do you talk about technology without getting too technical?
- Should you follow up?
Jennifer will answer all these questions and help you plan your own webinar in her Webinar Challenge.
What You’re Getting
One of the most lucrative ways to generate additional leads for your MSP is to host a webinar or seminar. But there are a million details, and it can feel overwhelming. Many MSPs don’t even know where to start.
In this challenge, you’ll be personally guided by Jennifer Bleam to create your own successful webinar. She’ll show you how to craft a compelling topic, how to get butts in seats, and what your offer should be. She’ll share the crazy story of how she hosted TWELVE webinars in TWELVE weeks. (Don’t worry; this is NOT the cadence she recommends!)
In this 4-Day Challenge, you’ll learn how to get busy executives to spend few hours with you, how to guarantee your topic is off-the-charts juicy, and how to follow up with attendees to get them to agree to a sales call.
You’ll even discover a simple way to CLOSE those sales.
Flowchart “map” of communication cadence
Foolproof topic selection guidance
9 ways to get butts in seats guide
Ways to rescue a failed webinar
How to “hack” your way into success
“Translates Wisdom Into Words I Can Actually Put Into Action Today To Get More Results”
“There is a lot to love about working with Jennifer, but the #1 benefit I’ve gotten in my business is RESULTS! And, at the end of the day (or month or year), what’s more important than that? Nada. Having someone to check in with regularly is inspiring (or frightening) depending on if I’ve done my homework or not… Plus she’s got a great personality and an always-on smile. AND there’s the way Jennifer translates the wisdom I’ve learned over so many years into words I can actually understand and put into action TODAY to get more results TONIGHT! The only person I can think of who shouldn’t call Jennifer is someone whose idea of a good time is running around “doing more stuff” rather than focusing on getting actual results.”