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Zero Cost Traffic Tactics

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  1. Introduction
    1 Topic
  2. It All Starts With Your Website
    3 Topics
  3. Tactic #1: The Viral Blogging Method
    8 Topics
  4. Tactic #2: YouTube Traffic Technique
    3 Topics
  5. Tactic #3: The Forum Authority Method
    3 Topics
  6. Tactic #4: The Thank You Page Win-Win Method
    2 Topics
  7. Tactic #5: The Podcasting Method
    3 Topics
  8. Tactic #6: The Guest Posting Method
    3 Topics
  9. Tactic #7: Webinar Traffic
    3 Topics
  10. Tactic #8: The Social Media Groups Method
    3 Topics
  11. Tactic #9: The Name Dropping Method
    3 Topics
  12. Tactic #10: The Viral Report Method
    3 Topics
  13. Conclusion And Summary
    1 Topic
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How to Hold a Webinar

GAnderson September 11, 2020
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So, how do you hold a webinar anyway? There are several different ways that you can hold a webinar. You could go the very simple route of using Google Hangouts but the problem with this method is that you have a very limited ability to communicate by images, drawings or animations. You simply have your web cam and your microphone in order to communicate with the people attending your Google hangout.

There are also applications that are specifically intended for things like over-the-Internet conferences and webinars that basically allow you to have access to a whiteboard that everyone at your webinar can see. You can write on the whiteboard, post images and even play videos. These applications are intended for you to be able to communicate with your audience through a variety of ways. The better ones do cost money but you can find some free ones out there if you look.

There are free webinar platforms available on the web, one option is Meeting Burner (https://www.meetingburner.com/). There’s a free option to hold a webinar with up to 10 attendees.

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