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Speaker's 14-Day Challenge: day 10- How to do webinars

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Published on Feb 29, 2012

http://www.shiftspeakertraining.com/blog

Welcome to the 14-day Challenge with Dr Joanna Martin. If your business as a speaker, coach, consultant or service professional has stalled- then join the Challenge to break through your ceiling.

In 14 Days we're looking at the 10 mistakes most speakers make, and how to turn them into advantages. Gradual improvement over time in these areas will allow you to make a massive impact and massive income from speaking.

Today's Challenge: How to use webinars!

This is one of my absolute favourite strategies for new speakers and professionals alike. Webinars are seriously under-utilised. And they can make serious money.

In this video I discuss:

* 5 reasons you should start using webinars immediately
* How one of my students attended Presentation Secrets and made $36,000 a week later using webinars
* My preferred webinar service provider

In terms of what you should SAY on your webinars. Well thats is simply my "Effective Presentation Formula" which I go into detail on at Presentation Secrets training which starts on Tuesday in Perth. Who am I seeing there? You?

Today's Project

1. Participate in a webinar so you understand how they work if you never have before
2. Check out GoToWebinar for their month free trial and have a play around. Its really simple to get a page set up (5 mins even if you're a technophobe!
3. Familiarise yourself with the 7-Shift Effective Presentation Formula (you can download it for free using the option box to the right of this article or by going to http://www.shiftspeakertraining.com/b...)

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