What Do you do to set up a COVID webinar that gets lots of sign-ups and sales?
Set up a webinar on your agency’s Omicron Safety. When You set up a webinar on COVID you create excellent Public Relations that reach a really large audience that promotes your agency during the pandemic and the current Omicron surge. When you set up a webinar on COVID you position your agency against your competition when by featuring a webinar on omicron. You are using a major marketing tool to show your agencies follow CDC and state safety precautions. This is crucial to adult children seeking your services as COVID still rages through Omicron and Delta.
First Step to set up a webinar for overwhelming Sign -Ups
The first step to set up a webinar on omicron is to subscribe to a HIPPA compliant webinar platform. Besides ZOOM there are others that are less expensive or have way more customer support. All are less expensive than ZOOM and Hippa Compliant.
Nothing ELSE Matters Unless You Have The Right List of Recipients!
The second step when you set up a webinar on COVID is to create an email marketing database ( or use your own) to invite your target audience to the webinars. Nothing else matters unless you have the right list of recipients. You can use this for your e-newsletter. This is cheaper than mailing costs and also the most direct way to reach people both clients and target markets during the pandemic.
Create a Brilliant Title for Your Webinar
The third step when you create a webinar on Omicron for your care management agency is to pick a title for a webinar. Effective titles that bring sign-ups like this are one of 4 steps to market your aging business.
Create a Fantastic Description that Gets Tons of Sign-ups When You Set a Webinar on COVID
The fourth step is to schedule a webinar on COVID, on the webinar platform you chose. Add your great title, DESCRIPTION, PANELIST, BRANDING INFO, COPY INVITATION URL, SET UP EMAILS (confirmation, reminder (3), and follow up).
When you set up a webinar on COVID your panelists should include the Director of your local Health Department as each state sets its own rules for COVID ( Omicron) safety carried out by each county health department. So that person can speak to the level of COVID in your county, what the county safety precautions are, where people can get PCR testing locally, the availability of home testing kits, the importance of getting vaccinated and boosted, and where residents can get these shots. You can also have a local physician or virologist if you are in a large city that may have them.
You can have a nurse or social work from your agency go over your own agencies safety protocols, which you should have on your website
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