Market without Leaving Your Office by Presenting a Webinar

webinar, web seminar, larry bodine marketingMore law firms are offering Web seminars as a way to reach a large number of people because no one – neither the presenters nor the attendees – is required to travel to see the program. 

You have probably attended a "webinar" yourself. Attendees simply log in to a website to see your slides and they call a toll-free number to hear your voice. 

Now you can present a webinar to clients and prospective clients inexpensively and without having to learn the complicated technology. By working with me, you can focus on your presentation and leave the logistics to us. Click here to get a quote.

 7 Reasons a Web seminar is better than traveling to make a presentation:  

Testimonial from a California appellate lawyer
Thadd BlizzardI put on a highly successful and well-received webinar under Larry's guidance, that brought me significant additional recognition as an appellate lawyer.  I immediately got calls referring files to me in my area of specialization, indicating the success of the guidance Larry was providing. There was no question for which Larry didn't have some helpful answer. --Thadd Blizzard, Esq., Former Partner, Weintraub Genshlea Chediak.

  1. You'll get new files from clients without needing to leave the office.
  2. Prospective clients -- whom you could not otherwise reach -- will call you after they have seen your slides and heard you speak.
  3. Eliminate the expense and hassle of travel.
  4. Save your valuable time. You will focus on your presentation, not the room setup.
  5. You'll expand your geographic footprint and reach clients and potential clients across a wide area.
  6. Online seminars position you as being tech-savvy.
  7. You'll get a list of email addresses, mailing addresses and phone numbers of all the attendees for follow-up contact.

Working with me, all you will need to do is to prepare a PowerPoint slide show, and then present it using a telephone and your computer. You don't even need to be at the office. Click here to get a quote.

On your behalf, we will:

  • Create a custom program description on the web, using your branding, logo and pictures.
  • Create an online signup page where people can register to attend.  The signup page will be tailored with your logo and pictures.
  • Charge attendees a small fee to recover your costs.  Attendees can pay online using their credit cards.
  • Promote your program with a custom invitation using email addresses that you supply.
  • Notify you regularly about the number of attendees.
  • Furnish the complete contact information of registrants: name, company, address, telephone and email address.  This will help to start building your email list for promotions.
  • Lend you the use of our webinar host at cost, getting our negotiated low fees.
  • Make a recording of the program, which you can send to clients who missed the program, email to prospective new clients and place on your website.
  •  Assist you and your co-presenters with formatting the PowerPoint slides.
  • Hold an advance run-through to make you comfortable with the webinar system.
  • NO long term contracts to sign.

    NO minimum number of programs.

    NO need to set up a merchant account.

    NO "flying solo" with Gotowebinar or Webex.

    NO high fees from web hosts that offer no help.

    Act as the “emcee,”
    opening the program, introducing the speakers, advancing the slides and fielding questions from the audience.
  • Advise you every step of the way and answer every question you have. Why take a chance with services Gotowebinar or Webex, which provide no personal assistance?

Our experience includes presenting at least 100 web seminars over the last seven years.

How many clients and prospects would you like to reach without leaving your office? Click here to get a quote to present your own webinar. Or call me at 630.942.0977. There is no risk and no downside.

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