Keep in mind when you are drafting your presentation:
✔️ Keep the self introduction around 1 MINUTE. It could be in the very beginning of your presentation or it could be after you introduce your topic.
✔️ Keep the presentation MAXIMUM 30 minutes.
✔️ You can mention your CTA (call to action) at the end of the presentation for the audience to sign up for your opt-in.
✔️ DO NOT be salesy, be sure to add VALUE to your presentation.
✔️ Remind them of the scavenger hunt/easter egg that is happening in the pop-up group.
Include visuals or slides whenever possible.
Consider virtual presentation etiquette, sound, lighting & background.
Please upload your presentation in this folder or click the green button.
If you have any questions, you can also pop it in the group. Click the button below.
What is the difference between Opt-in/Offer VS Call To Action (CTA)?
Opt-in/Freebie/Giveaway is a Digital Product.
We recommend doing a digital product because it will be easier for your audience to consume or use for a more instant result vs a complimentary consultation, then you can lead them to book a consultation with you at the end of your opt-in/freebie/giveaway and THANK YOU page of your sign up form.
Provide us with your LINK to your sign-up form for your opt-in/freebie/giveaway, and we’ll share it in the description under your presentation. This is how you’ll be able to collect emails and connect with attendees later.
Opt-in/freebie/Giveaway could be a guide, workbook, checklist, webinar, free course, coupon, quiz, etc.
A Call to Action, or CTA, is a way to encourage attendees to sign up, book a call, attend a webinar, which will lead them to your sign-up form where you can get their email to deliver your opt-in/freebie/giveaway. MAKE SURE you ask them to whitelist your email (google it) especially if you are delivering your opt-in/freebie/giveaway through email. You can also give the download link or booking link in your thank you page after the sign up form.
Questions? Contact D6 Summit 2020 Team
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