Recordings + Autopilot Meetings = More Leads and Sales

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Recording your webinars is a very wise decision.

There are simply too many great ways to use your recordings to let them just float off into the cloud. Like what for example? You can…

  • Give them to registerees who are unable to attend your event
  • Post them on Youtube and Facebook for additional exposure
  • Provide them to attendees who may need to review the content
  • Promote them in email campaigns to future subscribers
  • Leverage them as giveaways to generate opt-ins
  • Embed them on your site for long-tail SEO and traffic generation

…just to name a few.

BUT let’s not forget why webinars have risen to such popularity in the first place.

It’s because they’re LIVE!

The live aspect of webinars is what drives value, attendance, and urgency. It’s what maximizes lead generation and sales! People who attend a live event are far more engaged, watch longer, and are more likely to act than those who simply watch (and sometimes fast-forward through) a recording.

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Autopilot Replay of our Tips and Tricks Webinar

By Popular Demand!

Break out the popcorn.

Due to repeated requests we’ve decided to replay our MeetingBurner Tips and Tricks Movie (okay webinar) on Thursday 8/2 and Tuesday 8/7.

Here are the times you can register for:

Thursday August 2nd

Tuesday August 7th

If you are interested in our Autopilot feature (for “like live” replays) this is the perfect opportunity to see it first hand. Here’s what else we cover:

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We’re launching!

After nearly a year in BETA we’re launching MeetingBurner to the public with brand new features we’re incredibly excited about, and a three-tiered account model that starts at the best free solution in the market, all the way up to a new premium account with all the bells and whistles you can imagine.

Over our beta period saw overwhelming demand as we signed up more than 20,000 small business users and hosted over 100,000 meeting attendees.

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