Do you feel overwhelmed by everything that needs to get done when you’re planning a webinar? We’ve been there ourselves! This can easily lead to getting behind in your promotional efforts and not getting the most out of your event. To help you avoid that, here’s the Webinar Promotion Timeline infographic.

When do you start promoting your event? How often should you post about it on social media? And what should you do once your webinar is completed? We have answers to all these questions – and many more!

Use it, share it, love it!

ClickMeeting Webinar Promotion Timeline

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Posted by Agnes Jozwiak

Agnes is the Brand & Communication Director at ClickMeeting.

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  1. Jarek, what would be an appropriate timeline after the webinar to publish a blog post reviewing some of the webinar’s content? Would a month be too later? Thanks!


    1. Jarek Wasielewski April 18, 2017 at 10:13 am

      Alexis, a month would be way too late. Publish a blog post within a week from your webinar, while it is still fresh in your audience’s minds.


    2. Jarek Wasielewski April 24, 2017 at 7:59 am

      Alexis, you should publish such blog post within a week after the webinar. If you do it later, nobody will remember about it – or care.


  2. Jarek, this is such an amazing infographic representing excellent ways of going about a webinar promotion. I am slightly short on time, but will try incorporating most of these suggestions and I hope, this time around the Webinar goes well. Thank you for your brilliant contribution but 🙂


    1. Jarek Wasielewski November 8, 2017 at 12:06 pm

      Thanks, I’m glad you find it useful 🙂


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