Its a good idea here to be realistic about where you are and
Just get started. You don`t need 500 people attending your webinar
to make money or make it worthwhile.
Reallistically if you want to drive those kinds of numbers you will
need to spend a lot of money on advertising. I`ll just go out on
a limb and assume you are undercapitalized in the ad-buget area,
so with that assumption lets talk about getting less than 100 people
to your first webinars... and what you will do to turn those attendees
into raving fans who recommend your webinar to their colleagues.
If you want big numbers you will probably want to set up Joint-Ventures
and an affiliate program. For this you will need to set up accurate
tracking of sales and be willing to sell, sell, sell on your webinar so
your affiliates and partners will make money for their promotional
How to set up these automated system is a whole conversation and you
will probably be best served by hiring somebody to set it up for you.
I can provide this service as can a few other people around here who
understand the technical side of these things.
If you aren`t selling an information product that comes in a box I think
you are going to need one to get the success you deserve.
If you have such a product is it ready to go to market or does that
need additional wor before you roll-out your webinar marketing?