Selling Virtual events – There are tons of virtual events around right now. Competition is fierce amongst organisers and many audiences and buyers are starting to get ‘webinar fatigue’.
That makes selling them very hard.
In this post we want to share a three-step process for selling virtual events in the most effective way:
Marketers included your face-to-face events on their plan not because they were super fans, but because they saw it as a means for them to achieve their objectives.
If you want to sell your virtual event, you need to be 100% sure of what their marketing objectives are right now – only then you can position your event in the right way.
Ultimately, it’s your audience that the buyer is interested in- that is what you have that they need, so that’s where you should concentrate your efforts. Understand as much as you possibly can about your audience and use that to build a compelling business case. And don’t worry too much if your audience has shrunk since you’ve moved towards virtual. Flume research suggests that when buyers consider which virtual event to invest in, they are increasingly concerned about the quality of that audience rather than its size.
Do not undersell your virtual event just because your productions costs have come down. Have a think about the value of branding and thought leadership to your client, and importantly, think about the value of great quality leads. Use the value of these elements to inform your pricing.
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