Small Business Webcast is dedicated to promoting the health and wealth of small business. One way to facilitate this is by taking advantage of the opportunities to self-promote through the www.smallbusinesswebcast.com website.
Advertise with us
There are two ways to increase visibility to the over 2,000 members of Small Business Webcast and increase your overall web presence: Become a Sponsor of Small Business Webcast .
You’ll gain exposure with a listing and link posted on the right sidebar of every page of the smallbusinesswebcast.com website. That’s over 1900 pages (and growing)!
This listing is $90.00 per month. That’s less than 50 cents for each link to your site.
Host a Webcast
We are looking for partners who would like to host webinars at SmallBusinessWebcast.com. We want experts in their field that have something educational to offer other small biz owners.
These webcasts are free and must be extremely informative. Each webcast or webinar should be at least 95% education and no more than 5% promotion. Webcast attendees should come away from the Webcast with a feeling that they gained valuable knowledge in exchange for their time, regardless of whether they pursue a business relationship with the instructor afterward. Of course the idea is that webcast attendees will witness an instructors expertise and employ the services of that instructor.
We have hired a promotions director, Lisa Schroeder, to promote each webcast through various online platforms. In addition, each instructor helps to promote all webcasts (by all instructors) via email to contact list, blogging, twitter, et cetera.
As a special offer, in exchange for the platform to educate (and promote) to the over 2,000 members of smallbusinesswebcast.com we'd like you to help us generate traffic to the site. If you can do this, lets talk. This would mean you have an effective marketing strategy and followers. But do get in touch with us soon, this exchange is a limited time offer.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or instructor, send an email to me at John Huddleston
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