January 2011 Webinar Resources

Pre-Work

Please download these documents and complete them by the first session. You only need to return the first one and page 1 of the second one to me, although you’re welcomed to send me all parts if you want.

You get to vote for what we cover — please return to me before our first session

Pre-work — please complete before our first session

Please register with our webinar provider NOW

You must register with GoToWebinar to access the webinar. You will then receive regular reminders with the link and dial-in info.

Making Money In Your Jammies webinar
Register Now at:
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/428605777

Handout

Please download the handout as we’ll follow it closely.

Here’s the sample of the permissions form we ask the experts to sign to use their info in Beginning a Profitable Speaking Business.

Tips for when technology fails during your teleseminar/webinar.

Webinar Recordings

This is where you can download any session you want to relisten to or watch if you missed. I won’t be making these public, so they’re just for you.

Just right-click (Control-click for the Mac) and the recording will download to your computer. You can then upload it to your MP3 player or watch it on your computer.

Vetted Vendors

This is the list of suppliers I’ve used and recommended. I’ll update it as needed, so bookmark that page.

Shared Resources

Feel free to  share resources that you feel will be useful to others.

The 5 Invisible Forces Behind Online Marketing

Feedback Requests

You can also share links to pages you want feedback on. Please know that group members aren’t required to respond to requests, but some may find it educational to see what others are designing and look at others’ projects with an objective eye. It’s so hard to see what’s missing in our own stuff — so much easier in with others’ projects.

Place your resources/requests in a comment.

Please help spread the word!

If you are willing, I’d appreciate it if you’d email people you think would be interested and/or post it to your Facebook and Twitter accounts. Here are some samples — feel free to add your own comments.
Facebook:
Earn revenue from your knowledge -— without even getting dressed! Rebecca Morgan’s unique “Making Money In Your Jammies” 6-part webinar series shows you how. She’ll share details on how you can create income-producing webinars, teleseminars, books from your blog, eBooks, MP3s/CDs, and subsequent products. Get early-bird
rate on webinar course starting Jan. 19. Includes monthly follow-up calls and covetted Vetted Vendor list. https://makingmoneyinjammies.com/webinar/in-depth_webinar_course/
Twitter:
Rebecca Morgan’s “Making Money In Your Jammies” 6-part webinar series shows how to create money-making products. http://tinyurl.com/278u3p2

Participants

Jude Anker
Park City Utah
801-244-8242

John Drebinger/Sandie Gilbert

John Drebinger Presentations

(209) 745-9419

Galt, CA

http://drebinger.com

Dave Jensen

310/397-6686

Los Angeles, CA

http://davejensenonleadership.com/


Sylvia Perreault

450/661-3480

Johanna Rothman

Rothman Consulting Group, Inc.
Arlington, MA
781/641-4046

Cole Silver
Moorestown, NJ

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Johanna Rothman January 27, 2011 at 8:47 am

Hi all, the question I wanted to ask yesterday was: how do you price these beasts? I have a teleseminar series that I did with a colleague that is not selling, which says to me that it’s overpriced. See http://www.immunizeagainstagilefailure.com/ But what is a good price? After yesterday’s webinar, I’m wondering if we need to offer it as a three-tier offering: just the recordings and transcripts and troublehsooting guide(level 1), recordings and transcripts plus one call(?) with Gil or me (level 2), that plus ongoing coaching with Gil or me (level 3)??

Does anyone have ideas, suggestions?

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Rebecca Morgan January 27, 2011 at 9:57 am

Johanna:

It may or may not be pricing. You can test each variable. Pricing is one. One is the sales copy. I think generally your sales copy is good, you might try a few tweaks. For example, put the problem/pain at the beginning in bullets instead of paragraphs with boxes for people to mentally check when you ask, “Do you experience….” Also, people believe testimonials with full names, not just last initials, and ideally pics of the person. You have a couple of people who are fully identified and you could add their pic.

The other question is how do people find this page? Are you directing them via your ezine, a special stand-alone mailing, ads in industry publications or AdWords ads? That will affect your buying stats.

If they know and respect you already, then a $495 or higher price isn’t a problem. However if they don’t they’re only willing to risk under $100, even if it’s company money. I realize you offer a guarantee, but if they don’t know you they don’t trust you to honor that.

Can you put a dollar value on their bonuses so it builds the monetary value they are getting?

And finally, I’d toy with calling it something other than “self-study course.” People want and pay more for systems. Can you call it some type of system?

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Johanna Rothman February 19, 2011 at 2:13 pm

I have another question. For my new blog, http://www.createadaptablelife.com/, the one I’m blooking from, do you suggest I add that to my business cards? I’m about to need new business cards. It’s a different take on my business, so I’m not sure. I *think* it needs another card, not the same one. My other card has a tagline of “Managing Product Development” which ties into jrothman.com and ties my other books and blogs together, and makes sense for my other services and the products I don’t have yet :-). But this set of products is a little different. A memoir and change workbook, even if the examples are for technical people (so far) is a little different. Or is it??

What do you think?

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