Webinars are extremely successful when they’re done right.

I’ve spent more hours than I can count helping clients build and run successful webinars. Most people think they can do it on their own, but I’ve learned that the most successful webinars have a strong force behind them. That strong force is virtual support.

There are two scenarios I see most often when entrepreneurs try to host webinars alone.

First, is the lack of communication. Your can have the best product available, but unless potential clients attend your webinar, you won’t have the success you’re hoping for. You need someone that to make sure your message is getting out there.

Second, is a day of disaster. This is one that pains me! You’ve done everything right to market your webinar, but one you press start (or at least you think you pressed start…. Yes, that has happened!), things don’t go as planned.