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Many infopreneurs believe that selling an "All-Access Pass" is the only way to earn revenue from a virtual summit. In fact, there are many more ways than just that!
In this post, I outline 9 ways you can make money hosting a virtual summit.
Hosting your own virtual summit can benefit your infopreneur business in a number of ways, including growing your email list, producing revenue, developing influencer relationships, and much more!
In this post, I outline the 5 key ways that hosting a virtual summit can benefit your business.
In November 2016, I hosted a 14-day live video series inside my free Facebook group, Infopreneur Community, about launching a virtual summit.
In this post, I've rounded up the 14 tips I shared, including links where the videos can be viewed, and have written out a brief description of each tip.
Many infopreneurs who have not hosted their own virtual summit before and are unfamiliar with how they work believe many myths about them based on their own misconceptions.
In this post, I address 10 of those myths and reveal the truth about virtual summits in the hope that an infopreneur looking to elevate their business fast will considering launching their own virtual summit.
The creation and execution of a virtual summit involves the use of several different pieces of hardware and software. In this post, I list out the 12 different tech tools you will need to successfully launch your own virtual summit, and I provide specific suggestions for companies and brands that I use when putting together my annual Infopreneur Summit.
A virtual summit is an online conference. A host brings together experts for interviews which are broadcast for a certain period of time online for attendees to watch and learn from.
In 2016, in just 90 days, I put together my own virtual summit, the Infopreneur Summit, featuring a total of 27 guest speakers presenting on a variety of topics related to launching an infopreneur business.
One of the ways in which course creators can add value to their courses is by adding bonus content, or "bonuses". Bonuses are additional content that the course creator gives to their enrollees on top of the core course modules which enhances the course's value and encourages people to buy.
Listed in this post are 15 different types of bonuses you can offer.