In the past couple of weeks, we’ve signed on two more Live Streaming Video production services clients. This recent activity, combined with the outstanding feedback QBS Research has received for the show we launched yesterday (QBS LIVE MONDAYS, an amazing sales coaching program), continues to show me that the transformation live streaming video can deliver to a company’s online sales and marketing efforts is outstanding.
That is, if your live productions is correctly deployed.
I believe that whether or not you work with PodWorx to create a professional-level live streaming video production, all great productions help my business. To that end, to educate those interested in improving their website’s contribution to their bottom line, I have on live streaming video productions for this coming. This will be our seventh briefing since April and the feedback I’ve received has been unbelievably positive.
By attending this Thursday’s briefing, you’ll receive solid answers to these questions:
- What is Live Streaming Video?
- How does it work?
- What’s the criteria for success?
- What’s the infrastructure required?
- What are the components that make up a Live Streaming production?
- What’s the best methodology towards deploying a successful show?
I will also share with your 30 ideas that you can use for your own live streaming video production. And finally, I’ll answer your questions live, “on the air”.
$1500-$5000 Free to Those Accepted
I am going to conclude the briefing with a first-time offer: for those accepted, I will offer a one-on-one strategy session to determine how or if live streaming video would work for your company. I charge between $1500-$5000 for these sessions (depending on the engagement agreement). Please note that this will not be available to all those who attend the live business brief. There will be an application process we’ll use to select those with the best chances of success.
Sign Up Today
For the details, visit the . Because this is an invitation-only event, you’ll need to follow the easy instructions found on the site to receive the URL and password required for participation.
Here’s a reminder of the date/time:
Date: Thursday, June 4th, 2009
Time: 10am Pacific / 1pm Eastern
URL: Provided upon signup
Password: Provided upon signup
See you on Thursday!