There are so many choices for webinar software. It’s annoying because it doesn’t seem like it should be so complicated. We’re going to simplify it. Whether you are an entrepreneur, content provider (blogger), online training provider or software creator, you definitely need to connect with your audience to be successful. In today’s internet, you have to connect in a real way to engage your audience and convert them into buyers. Webinars stand at the top of the modern technologies for promoting online. We’ve distilled the list down to 12 with pros, cons, pricing and we even tell you which types of businesses should use each software. But first, why webinar software and which businesses need webinars? Why Webinar Software? 1. People do not like to miss out “one-time” events and are more motivated to turn up. (Our favorite webinar software has a recurring evergreen feature that makes all of them just-in-time) 2. You may discover more about your audience and fit your presentation towards the visitors while holding the webinar. Know thy customer. 3. Webinars help to tell about new services to a large audience. This is particularly useful for software companies. 4. Webinars can be very detailed. That little feature in your product that is super hard to explain — you can explain it in a webinar. 5. I was once told it’s the only marketing method online that holds people’s attention for 45+ minutes. This Google search seems to confirm.
With the release of the Facebook SDK version 4.28.0, App Invites are going to be deprecated in 90 days. Indie game and app developers have until February 5, 2018, to either build or buy a solution that fuels app invites for seamless user acquisition. App invites have served as a content-rich, personal way for app users to invite their Facebook friends to a mobile app. Facebook also offered analytics to measure the performance of invites to the app, to let app marketers and developers optimize their referral marketing campaigns. So how do you get set to fuel your referral marketing campaign?
<p>Customer referrals are are among the most sustainable and cost effective ways to grow a business. Referral marketing is the process of proactively managing and accelerating customer referrals. Referrals can be accelerated by prompting customers to share at points of delight within your product and making it very easy to share. A/B testing prompts and sharing steps can help you optimize your referral rates. An NPS (net promoter score) survey is a good way to assess the likelihood that someone is willing to share your product. While referrals are largely a function of customer delight for a product, some product categories are more likely to drive referrals than others. An example of a category that would likely have a low referral rate would be adult diapers, because people may be too embarrassed to admit to using them.</p>
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