Report: How to Build Webinars Across the Buying Cycle.

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How to Build Webinars Across the Buying Cycle

In the age of the self-educated buyer, it’s getting harder than ever to drive prospects through a buyer’s journey towards a sale. The key to taking back control, is engagement and webinars are the ultimate engagement tool to help turn prospects into customers.

Date:          Wednesday  22 August, 2018

Time:         11:00 am BST | 12:00 pm CEST

Duration:   45 minutes plus live Q&A

On 22nd August, attend “How to Build Webinars Across the Buying Cycle” where you will learn best practices for building webinars that engage prospects through every stage of the buyer’s journey. This session will highlight:
  • How to convert static content into engaging webinars
  • How to use webinars to replace demos and case studies
  • Measure audience engagement to find your best leads
  • This is your chance to learn how to build a  strategy that will reinvent your marketing from a static content model to an engagement-based model.
Register now.
As the VP of Content Marketing at ON24, Mark is the chief evangelist and marketing strategist in support of ON24’s Webinar Marketing Platform. Mark brings over 20 years of content marketing, corporate communications and account management experience at leading companies, including Cisco, GE Access and Compatible Systems. He has presented at many of today’s biggest marketing conferences and, for the past six years, has been the host of the “ON24 Webinar Best Practices Series” webcast which has thousands of followers across the globe.

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Founded Like Minds in 2009. Andrew is a serial entrepreneur and angel investor. He founded design agency Icon in 1983 (sold to AGI Media) and Eyetoeye, one of the first digital agencies in the UK, in 1994. He advises start-ups and digital agencies on business development and is an Evaluated Consultant for Finpro, the export arm of the Embassy of Finland. He was elected a Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts in 2000.