Episode #1070
Are Joint Webinars Really Worth It?
July 06, 2019

In episode #1070, we discuss whether joint webinars are worth doing. Tune in to hear if you should be doing joint webinars.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:27] Today’s Topic: Are Joint Webinars Really Worth It?
  • [01:00] We’ve both done them in the past.
  • [01:10] In doing them, you are sharing lists and contacts.
  • [01:30] They are effective and can work well, but if you don’t have a sales team or a system for closing sales, you won’t have increased revenue.
  • [02:10] When doing a joint webinar, a person may only share as many leads as another gives.
  • [02:40] You need to have a team ready to follow up on those leads.
  • [03:00] If you are doing joint webinars, you need to find someone with similar amounts of leads.
  • [03:50] Find someone whose customers would want your product.
  • [04:05] That’s it for today!
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