This is a guest post by Jackie Jade.
Webinars are one of the BEST, if not THE best, ways to connect with your audience. You get to talk directly to your audience and show them what a smarty pants you are.
(But you don’t need me to tell you how awesome webinars are, right? Mariah absolutely has that covered!)
One way to really up your webinar game is to do a joint venture webinar where you partner with another blogger.
This is so great because you’re bringing two great minds together, but even better – you’re also bringing together TWO audiences.
You get to reach another audience, build your list and have great potential for growth. It’s an all around win for everyone involved.
Today I want to talk about the unfortunate situations where a joint venture webinar collaboration can go wrong.
Maybe the other person doesn’t promote your registration link like she promised she would, or she doesn’t send you a copy of the webinar slides or the webinar recording, or she starts selling the webinar for profit, or she never gets you your cut of the bundle income.