Top 10 Reasons to use Webinars in your Marketing Strategy

Webinars can be a great tool to market your business. Here are 10 reasons why you should consider using them as part of your marketing strategy.

They are:
1) Affordable
2) Convenient
3) Measurable
4) Another way to share or re-purpose your content
5) Educational
6) Time sensitive
7) Interactive
8 ) Engaging
9) An inbound vs. outbound marketing opportunity
10) Not geography based, so people can attend from anywhere.

To attend a free webinar please visit


6 responses to “Top 10 Reasons to use Webinars in your Marketing Strategy

  1. I can certainly see the value and convenience of webinars as I’ve attended many of Bizlaunch’s webinars myself. I also like the atmosphere of a live audience though but do understand that there are much more hassles and costs involved with putting on or attending live events. Webinars are certainly a great option.

  2. I would like more information about putting on a webinar. Is this something that you can provide?

    Cost, Setup, Timing etc. What else do we need to know?


    • We run these webinars free for small business owners and we do them for corporate clients. If you want to do your own webinars, check out gotomeeting or webex. If you want to register for one of our webinars to see how they are run you can visit

  3. I was part of the last webinar and it has llitraely changed my world! The shelter that I helped out made a calendar with many of our pictures we can help raise money as well as getting people to notice what great pets are at the shelter! We are now at our winter home and we begin taking pictures at the shelter here tomorrow. I put together a 3 ring binder with some sample pictures we have done, made up business cards and even put up a web site! I think this has helped to add credence to my business . We are also doing Santa with Your Pet images at a local Santa’s Workshop that benefits various charities. I love photography. I love animals. I love to help. I am in heaven!! I will continue to educate myself and hope to improve my images as time goes by. Thank you Teresa!

  4. , that the dogs don’t stand a chance with some of the efraful, depressed images posted. I understand funds, personnel, and time are not in great supply for taking and posting better pictures and that shelter staff do the best they can while managing many other issues. I have studied, volunteered, and worked with animals over the years so it should be simple enough for me to volunteer at one or more of my local shelters to take better pictures of my favorites: dogs. I see you’re offering the Webinar on the 16th. I’m going to try to take it. I have offered my home to my father (in-law) who is dealing with terminal cancer, and we have visitors from out of town, so I’m not sure I’ll be able to attend on Monday. If not, I hope to attend the next one, if you could please tell me when that will be. I’m a traveler, so if you offer a live class, and the timing is okay, I will gladly be there. I’m not a photographer, but I have a pocket Cannon that takes good enough vacation photos, if that’s all right. My dog, Lucy, a Jack Russell mix died two years ago in the spring. I still think of her and miss her every day. She was a rescue dog and it’s true what they say, it’s as if they know they’ve been rescued, and there’s nothing they won’t do to show you how much it means. I mentioned I’ve been wanting to volunteer to photo the dogs, but haven’t had confidence in my abilities and don’t want to waste staff time or stress the animals for mediocre results. I am very much looking forward to learning. In the meanwhile, if you have some books you can recommend, I’m hoping to be ready when your next class begins.Again, thank you so much for all you do. Peace and all good things for you in your work and in life.Sincerely,Diane Solis

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