As you polish up your webinar presentation, it’s time to spread the word about the upcoming event and send out the invitations. If you’re stuck at “Hi!”, don’t worry — I’ve done some research and prepared five webinar invitation email templates to get you inspired.
As a middle-man handling the communication between employers and candidates you’ve got a lot on your plate. There’s identifying the traits of a perfect candidate for a position, reaching out, and keeping track of who’s where in the recruitment process…
Would you like to make it easier? See how to communicate with candidates and employers after an interview.
I’m sure you can agree that webinars are time-consuming and stressful. Not only do you have to carefully plan the whole thing out, but you also need to oversee a lot of things, such as recording & sound quality, take care of the Internet connection, plus you need to make sure there’s enough space for everyone to attend the webinar.
Organizing an “Ask me Anything” session can give your brand recognition, but also help you grow. If you’re super selective (or at least, strategic) when inviting people to join the session, you may get a pretty good source of prospective customers. How to do an AMA session to find leads?
In this blog post, I’ll focus on a couple of things you should consider before and after hosting an AMA session.
When was the last time you actually talked to your customers? I don’t mean a sales call or a demo. I mean actually talking about their business, your business, and how the two virtually affect each other. Our Outbound Sales team has just finalized their 3.5-month long project of customer interviews. Last week, they presented the results to the whole Woodpecker team. That inspired me to write about how you can do it as well at your SaaS company.
So here it goes! See how to carry out customer interviews and what you can learn from talking to your clients.
A lot has been said about the importance of face-to-face communication when trying to connect with business partners or potential customers. That’s why we attend various conferences, meet-ups, and networking events. It’s all in the name of forging strong relationships that will push our businesses forward. Networking works perfectly for that, I must admit.
In search of new ways to boost sales these days, many companies have started hosting webinars. For some, it’s uncharted territory and a new challenge to deal with. Others look for smart ways to scale their existing efforts.
No matter if you’re a webinar newbie or you already have some experience in this field, a smooth, efficient, and scalable process should be the foundation of your webinar sales funnel. Let me show you how you can leverage the power of automation to generate and nurture your webinar leads until they try your product.
It’s almost a given these days that when a visitor enters a SaaS website, they see a product explainer video embedded into the site. Video explainers are slowly fighting for being on a SaaS web developer’s ultimate checklist. It’s not unprecedented – I’ve found some sources supporting the claim that videos increase conversion (here’s one of them) or at the very least, the time spent on the site (another study).