This blog is about the personal experience in the professional life, a personal experience of a Computer Science Engineer in industry that could value the young generation and minds who just step upto the stage and take into reference the conditions they have to face when they reach the same.
Learn from the shared Experiences!
Although I tried this year and didn’t have good results, I think that was down to promoting other peoples products instead of my own.
People get on webinars to hear you speak, not someone else to do a sales pitch. What you do is set up a free webinar that you reply once a week where you teach them something and then at the end you sell them into 4 more webinars. Once you complete the webinar series, you now have a product that you can sell as a home study course
Start by buying GoToWebinar, personally I would host a free webinar and not sell anything on your first one so that you can get in some practice with the software and talking live with people.
High priced, low amount of customers, so low support.
Readers want to connect with you.
Highly beneficial to those who buy.
Great way to teach.
If your doing live webinars, your exchanging time for money.
Investment for software.
People have to turn up at a specific time, hard for different time zones.