Consider Webinars to Promote Your Product

Consider Webinars to Promote Your Product

Are you used to doing in home parties?  

Consider webinars to promote your product.  We will discussing why you should consider webinars to promote your product.   Sure home parties are fun; butWebinars how many people can you reach with a home party?  Consider webinars to promote your product to reach a wider group of people.

Webinars and Home Parties

Webinars and Home Parties offer similar benefits.  People like home parties; because of the socializing with their friends. They get to see what the presenter has to offer.  You may serve refreshments if you wish.  Home parties and webinars are equally good for product launches.  

Webinars and Home Parties are excellent ways for you to receive immediate feedback.  You can determine right away if your audience is interested in what you are sharing or not.  You can tell by the body language and conversation that is going on. The benefits of  home parties allow the guests to usually have the touch, feel and possibly the taste of your product.  The presenter is also given an opportunity to build a relationship with the guests.


Webinars allow your attendees to ask questions via a chat box or even on the microphone.  If you are doing a tele-conference the attendees can ask their questions on there as well.

You can ask your audience questions to create interaction and they can answer you via the chat box.

You know that the people who have come to hear you have an interest in what you are presenting.  Why?  Your attendees who come to your webinar usually have to register in order to attend it.  They would not have taken the time to register if they had not been interested and you become privy to their personal information. 

As the person doing the presentation you are no longer a company, you are a person.  People buy from people with whom they can bond and/or connect.

People like information, education, watching demonstrations from the comfort of their own home.

Webinars don’t limit you to one particular area.

Use social media to create an event about your webinar.  You can do this with Facebook.  Make sure to invite only those people that you are connected with and who might possibly be interested in your product.

Contact me if you would like to do some webinars.

  • Xarah

    When are you going to do a webinar Kay? Do a webinar about webinars 😉 I like webinars because you can reach people you cannot reach with in home meetings but if it’s a touchable or consumbable product they cannot taste it in a webinar. So the webinar has to sell the product so they buy without tasting or trying, touching. Does it work?


    People buy the product because, of people’s testimonials that are live. I hope this helps you.


  • Xarah, When presenting a webinar it is like a TV cooking show. You cannot taste, smell, or touch any of the food; but your sight will make up for it all. If you have any kind of sensorial imagination you will able to taste, smell and touch the food.


  • Heidi White

    I’ve certainly signed up for enough webinars in my time. Some have been worth the hassle of being available for time chosen by the webinar promoter – and some haven’t.

    Personally I’m enjoying the Internet Radio format – where I learn things by interviewing fascinating guests (like Kay – thanks for being on my show) and enjoy the low tech – fast pace – which I can create by moving things along.

    In many webinars I’ve been in – the promoters a) wait 5 minutes or longer to start – just so everyone has a chance to get on the call – and then they can get a bit tedious from their – because so much energy is focused on ‘what ever is on the screen.’

    So – webinars – if done right – can be great.

    I’ve got to try creating a webinar sometime – just because it’s hard to ‘show people’ how to do something on the radio. But more than likely – if I’m hosting the webinar – I’m going to invite someone else to come on the show – take over my computer – and show me and the rest of the participants how to do something….lol

    Heidi White
    The Zizish Show

  • Thank you Heidi, I sincerely appreciated you requesting me to do an interview with you. It was a great experience and new beginning to do a radio show. Thank you for the experience and the fun. For anyone interested here is the interveiw with Heidi.

  • Jonathan Black

    Hey Kay, you are really doing great with the webinars! Keep up the great work. You have come a long way since we first met.

  • Thank you Jonathan I appreciate that.


  • Hello Kay –

    I think you really onto something with your webinar series. People are hungry for actionable information from content experts in order to help then accomplish their online goals.

    I am going to bookmark your page in order to keep up with your schedule, guest, and content.

    Have a blessed day!

    Viral Traffic Network

  • Thank you James that really means a lot to me. I attend your classes because, you over a lot of good information that I can use in my business. I appreciate your training and all that you do. Thanks, Kay

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