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How To Promote Your Telesummit

Telesummits are one of the best ways to further the growth of your brand, your relationship with your prospects, and it’s an excellent way to network with like-minded individuals just like yourself. So if you want to take advantage of all the many benefits of a telesummit, the first thing you need to know would be the best way to promote it.

Many parts go into hosting a telesummit, and promoting the event is one of the most important. All of your hard work and hard-earned money that you have put into this event will go to waste if only ten people show up! 

Ask Yourself These Questions 

Before you start promoting your telesummit, it is essential to know where you stand with hosting this event and what you want to accomplish with it. Asking yourself some questions will allow you to get a clearer understanding of your goals: 

  • Who can you think of that will want to help get the word out? 
  • Who do you know would be interested in attending the event?
  • What advertising outlets do you have in mind? 
  • What is your desired audience? Be sure to get as specific as possible as this is important.

(Be sure to read our Telesummit Top 10 Checklist for more helpful tips!)

Don’t Expect Your Speakers To Promote For You.

Getting people to join the telesummit is your job, not your speakers. Just because they were willing to sign up and be a speaker does not mean they will be keen to promote. 

Making information about your event easy to share may make your speakers more inclined to share, but you should never ask them to do so. Keep in mind that they are busy people just like you, so they may not have the time to share the event or even have anyone to share it with. 

Promote Your Event Online

There is a multitude of ways that you can market and promote your telesummit. Because your telesummit event will be held online, we will focus on some online strategies. 


Set aside some time to create a newsletter to send out to your list. Never miss an opportunity to promote an event on an event that you control. Particularly if you are sending the information to an audience that has already subscribed to your content. Sending out an event promotion newsletter is effective, as well as a smartly designed email signature. You may find people willing to share the event just because they enjoy the type of content. 

Become A Guest

Guest posting on related blogs or social media channels is an excellent way to get your event out there. Additionally, you can promote the event as a guest on various podcasts to reach your target audience. Even sponsoring social media posts on your various channels can help tremendously. 

Affiliate Marketing

Research for other businesses that have a similar target audience and partner with them to promote your event. You can offer to promote their business on your page or even a small commission in return. This is a great way to spread the news about your upcoming event effectively. 

Don’t Stop Til End

One crucial part of promoting your telesummit event is to keep in mind that promoting, sharing, and marketing should not stop until the very last minute. It’s also important to not be alarmed if people join in the middle of the event, these things may happen, and it’s nothing to worry about! 

CVA Has Experts That Can Help

Here at Contemporary VA, we are here for you when it comes to promoting and putting together your telesummit event. We understand that it can be extremely stressful having to do a thousand different things, and that is why we are here to help you. 

From creating the actual event, reaching out to the speakers to make sure everyone is on the same page, all the way to executing the promotion. CVA can assist you with all of these daunting tasks, and more so we can make sure that you produce a memorable telesummit event that your viewers will talk about for a long time. 

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Posted on July 20th, 2021 by Client Advocate Team

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