"Why would people buy from me? I'm not an authority in my niche."
Is this holding you back?
If it is, then I have good news for you.
No one is born with authority (unless you're royalty).
One more thing. Just because a person is perceived as an authority by most doesn't mean he's an authority in the eyes of EVERYONE.
There is always room for more.
And one of the fastest ways to do that is through webinars.
In this episode, highly sought-after webinar consultant, Joel Erway of The Webinar Agency will take you behind the scenes on what it takes to run a successful webinar.
We'll talk about how to structure your webinar, what you should share in your webinar (& why teaching kills your sales), how to remove that lump in your throat as you transition from the content to the pitch and a whole lot more!
Note: This interview is part of Inbox Society's Expert Interview series where we invite industry leaders to share best practices in complimentary fields that'll grow your email-powered online business.
Learn more about Inbox Society here.
Allan is the founder of Digital Solopreneur. He believes that everyone can self-generate revenue by providing a positive impact through ethical email marketing. He runs an exclusive training program for serious email marketers. Click here to learn more
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