You can push valuable webinar content directly to your ICP with the platform and get qualified eyes on your webinar (and on your pages.)
How to Promote Your Webinar Effectively on LinkedIn
1. Share Video Snippets and Infographics from the Webinar
Video does incredibly well on social media, and LinkedIn is no exception.
Clip the best moments from the webinar to share on LinkedIn. This gives you weeks of content to share.
You can also create infographics and other proprietary images that condense the best insights from the webinar and share them on socials.
2. Add Captions to Your Shareable Clips
Videos often play without sound as people scroll through their LinkedIn feeds.
Adding captions takes away the risk of people missing out on valuable insights from your clip because they didn't enable sound.
3. Add Written Insights to the Post
Don't just post a video clip from the webinar. Not everyone will stop to watch it.
You need to add a written section with a strong hook to catch the reader's attention. They can always watch the video afterwards if they want to.
And don't just promote the webinar — give the reader key takeaways that are value-additive.
4. Keep Written Insights Skimmable
Include all relevant info from the webinar clip in the body of the post, but keep it short and concise (like in Lauren's example above.)
Readers should be able to skim your post and get all the insights they need as they scroll.
5. Get Your Team to Engage With and Share Webinar Insights
One of the best features about LinkedIn is its networking effects.
Your team (particularly your sales team) are connected to prospects. If they like or comment on your webinar-related posts, their own network sees it.
You could reach thousands more prospects this way. At Letterdrop, we reach ~16,000 prospects every day by practicing social selling and employee advocacy on LinkedIn, and we only have a team of five at the time of writing.
Get your team to engage and share webinar-related posts. (And if you want to automate it, check out our employee advocacy manager.)
6. Leverage LinkedIn Groups
Identify LinkedIn groups that are relevant to your webinar topic and share the event or post-event insights in those groups.
Make sure to follow the group's guidelines and engage with members who show interest.
7. Run Ads Against Your Webinar
Consider running LinkedIn ads to promote your webinar and posts that follow the live event.
Sponsored Updates allow you to publish content directly to the LinkedIn feed of any user on the platform, not just your followers.
Lead Generation Ads on LinkedIn can be displayed in the sidebar on the right side of the page. (LinkedIn also offers lead generation forms that simplify the process of capturing user information)
Optional: Use Letterdrop to Summarize Clips Into LinkedIn Posts For You
You may not have time to write posts for every one of your webinar clips, especially if you're writing for your team members' accounts as well.
The Letterdrop AI lets you paste any video into the editor and turn it into a transcript of your choosing — including in the format of a LinkedIn post.
You can then directly copy this into the social media publishing page to publish directly to LinkedIn.
Can I Host a Webinar on LinkedIn Itself?
Yes, you can host webinars on LinkedIn using the LinkedIn Live feature. To set up a LinkedIn Live event and promote your webinar on the platform, follow these steps:
Choose the Event Type: When creating your event on LinkedIn, make sure to select the "LinkedIn Live" event type. This is crucial as it allows you to stream your webinar directly from platforms like Zoom to LinkedIn and reach more prospects.
Fill in the event details: Provide all the necessary information about your webinar, such as the title, date, time, description, and any other relevant details. Make sure to include a compelling description that highlights the value and benefits of attending the webinar.
Invite your connections: Once you have created the event, you can invite your connections to attend. LinkedIn allows you to invite your connections individually or in bulk. You can also choose to invite specific individuals or share the event with your entire network (more personalized invitations will get you more attendees.)
Follow Up: After the webinar, follow up with attendees by sending a thank-you email or LinkedIn message. Provide them with any additional resources or materials discussed during the webinar and encourage them to connect with you on LinkedIn for future updates and events.
Don't forget to make use of the promotion methods we've already mentioned in this post to extend the shelf life of your webinar and get more attendees.
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