6 – How To Use Webinars To Grow & Scale Your Database With Charles Kirkland
In the podcast:
02:17 – Charles Kirkland Journey06:16 – How Charles Have Used Webinars09:27 – Webinar As a Sales Tool13:57 – Goal of Webinar16:56 – How Charles Do a Webinar22:16 – Targeting People Through Webinar25:08 – Managing Webinars Deadline through Deadline Funnel27:25 – Essential Equipments in Doing Webinar34:24 – Generating Leads and Sales with Webinars
I interview Charles Kirkland who reveals some incredible strategies for how he uses Facebook Ads to get people to register a webinar which he uses to generate leads and sales. You don’t want to miss this episode.
Ilana: Welcome to today's episode of Talking Web Marketing. I have a very special guest today of the name of Charles Kirkland. Welcome to the show Charles. Charles: Hey hey hey how's it going? Ilana: It's good. How are you? Charles: Doing good. I'm above ground which is a good day. Ilana: That's a win in my book. Charles: Absolutely. So I had a personal thank you for inviting me on the podcast. If your listeners are struggling they could be like what kind of accent does he have. Ilana: I am wondering that. Charles: You know so and if you're an American it's like she's got a Zimbabwe. Everybody with a non-American accent is like way smarter. It's just, a pack of why. We grew up if you were English you were an Australian or Indian, you were like the smartest person in the room because obviously they’re all smart. So that is one of those things so it is a southern accent. Ilana: So here's the thing Charles you are the one with the accent not me. Charles: It's interesting. Yeah it works ‘coz I always tell people, why do you talk so funny. Everybody should have like my accent and everybody I know they go nope, nope not me in any way shape or form. Ilana: Exactly, So where about you live? Charles: We’re actually out of Charleston South Carolina, and for those of you that don't know it’s been voted like the politest city in America for a gazillion years it's like one of the number one destination spots just a super cool place. Just imagine if everything was still 300 years old, that's why it looks like buildings are all cobblestone streets, it's very historic, it's a cool place to be.