Do you want to host a killer webinar that is absolutely going to knock your participant’s proverbial socks off? Learn more about what the webinar cost could be.
You may want to spend a little money and present a webinar that is better than any that they have ever seen.
This is your business and anything you put into your business that is advancing it, is an investment.
Always remember if you buy a quality product the first time it is money well spent. Rather shy away from cheap stuff.
A webinar like this may incorporate elements such as video, whiteboard animations, guest speakers, images, logos and of course, the best possible technology to present your webinar.
But what is all of this going to cost you? Can you even afford to present the most amazing webinar your audience has ever attended?
Let’s find out by breaking down the cost of some of the more opulent add-ons to a commercial webinar.
Webinar cost of Pre-Presentation Add-ons
- A promotional video, professionally made. You can probably have this done on Fiverr but not for $5. Find someone with great examples and pay their premium price to have a professional teaser video made that will attract people. Cost: $20 to $50.
- Advertising – you can find it pretty cheap. Again, outsource to Fiverr or another service provider. Cost: $30 to $100.
Webinar cost of Multimedia Add-ons
- You definitely should add a slideshow presentation. It is a staple with webinars. Have yours designed by a professional if you want to rise above the crowd. Cost: $25 to $85.
- Buying stock images that make your point clearer can be a huge help with a webinar presentation. Cost: $5 to $20.
- Creating a logo for your webinar, made by a professional graphic artist, can make you look like you have a million dollar corporate budget behind you. Cost: $25 to $100.
Webinar cost of Equipment Add-ons
- At least one good quality HD cameras and you may want to actually invest in three and place them at different angles. Cost: $25 to $150.
- Software to control the three cameras. Cost: $0 to $50.
- Software to control the audio – a digital audio workstation where you can adjust the equalization settings. Cost $0 to $100.
- A great computer that runs super-fast to make your presentation on. Cost: $700 to $1500 (unless you already have one).
- A high quality microphone for the best sound possible. Cost $100 – $150
Webinar cost for Staff Add-ons (Cost: A steak dinner to $200)
- Someone to field questions and interact with the audience.
- Someone to control the three cameras and switch between them.
- Someone to help people who are having technical problems.
Webinar cost for Set & Costume Add-ons
- Backdrop or professional set for you to be shown in. Cost: $10 to $500
- Suit or other professional clothing. Cost: $0 (you probably have some)
But never let it hold you back
Let’s assume you can only afford some of the equipment to host your first webinar.
Never let it hold you back.
Use some of the money you make out of your first successful Webinar to buy more items on your list to host a killer webinar.
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In short, here’s what’s in this course:
* Learn how to prepare for a webinar including presentation tips to make you better at engaging your audience and tips on camera, lighting, microphone choice and more.
* Discover how you can monetize your webinar in ways that you never thought possible and make even more money than you expected.
* Find out what equipment you need for a webinar and how to optimize it to make sure you present the best professional webinar.
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