How to Bring Your Webinars Back From the Dead

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Tuesday, March 17
1:00PM ET/10:00AM PT

So your awesome webinar just ended -- now what? For most companies, once a webinar is over, it's dead and gone, never to be seen again. Well, it's time to re-animate your webinars and bring them back above ground. Join ON24 and Direct Marketing News on March 17 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET for “How to Bring Your Webinar Back from the Dead,” an engaging look at how to extend the life and value of your webinar content after your live event is over. 

In this interactive webcast, Senior Director of Content Marketing Mark Bornstein will show you how to: 

• Syndicate webinar content across multiple channels 
• Build an on-demand strategy for archived webinars 
• Use webinar content to create new content 
• Ensure that webinar content has a longer shelf life

Featured Speaker:

Mark Bornstein, Sr. Director, Content Marketing, ON24 Inc.
As Sr. Director of Content Marketing for ON24, Mark manages content strategy and marketing communications in support of webcasting and virtual event solutions. Mark brings over 20 years of content marketing, account management and communications experience with leading technology firms, including: Cisco, GE Access and Compatible Systems.


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