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Faking a Webinar?

Discussion in 'Video Production' started by wickedsunny, Nov 23, 2013.

  1. wickedsunny

    wickedsunny Newbie

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    I was wondering what can you do to create a fake webinar... where you basically ask yourself questions, answer them, etc... Any tips, tricks or software that allows you to pull it off?
     
  2. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    Why bother doing a fake webinar? Schedule a real one.

    Make an announcement on IMNewsWatch and advertise it on
    forums related to your niche as well as advertising in some ezines
    and newsletters related to your niche.

    If you do it right and make a good pitch, you can cash in
    if you have something to sell at the end of your webinar.
     
  3. wickedsunny

    wickedsunny Newbie

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    You know how you create video tutorials, etc... I was wondering what if I could add a spin to it and make it as if I am teaching not just one but a group of people. If it it's not too much trouble I would love to have this option. I will take a look at IMNewsWatch, might be a better solution for some of my products.
     
  4. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    The only way I see that you could make a fake webinar and make it APPEAR
    as if it were a real webinar is to pre-record it with you sitting in front of a
    Web cam with a bunch of pre-scripted questions and pretending that viewers
    are typing in their questions and you are answering them.


    "Oh! . . . I see that Jane from New York wants to know, blah blah
    blah", and so on . . . Then you proceed to answer the "question".

    You get the idea . . . :)

    However, I think that in the case of Webinars, it's better to do a real one.

    Cheers and Best of Luck.

    "Wiz"
     
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  5. SEOKoolGuy

    SEOKoolGuy Newbie

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    This was a very interesting topic im sure tons of people online fake webinars and do it in a very creative way to make people think alot of people are chiming in...
     
  6. Matt707

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    I'm with WizGizmo. This is a REALLY lazy way out of just doing a real one. They are really effective and not that hard at all to set up. Why do you think the "gurus" do them so often? They convert big.