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Sep 03, 2009
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Complimentary Download: Webinar Planning Timeline

SUMMARY: Online events are in the spotlight now that many marketers’ event budgets have been cut and prospects’ travel is being restricted. Here’s a tool to help you manage the process of creating webinars for lead generation.
Download this webinar planning timeline from MarketingSherpa’s "How to Produce a Webinar Program" Toolkit. Includes scheduling tips for pre- and post-event tasks, including:
o Identifying topic and goals
o Launching promotions and registration
o Testing your platform
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