A few short months ago, I discovered the beauty of webinars.
I love to learn more about the marketing industry. Every chance I get, I'm on LinkedIn searching for engaging content that teaches me something new about social media or content creation.
And my favorite way to learn is by watching a webinar.
By taking an hour out of my day, I can gain valuable insights from industry experts about virtually any topic. In most cases, I'm introduced to a new thought leader in the space, as well.
The only downside to webinars is that a lot of them are live events. Most of the time, my schedule doesn't allow for a "One-time only" experience, so I miss out on a lot of compelling webinars.
Fortunately, there's a simple fix around that: Recording them.
If it sounds like a lot of extra work to record a webinar, edit, and figure out where it'll live post-launch, don't worry. This post will …