B2b marketing · Enterprise software

Where to find good marketing freelancers for webinar help?


December 1st, 2014

I am looking for a marketing manager (with experience in the enterprise software market) to get some help with a webinar I am trying to put together.

I have a detailed job description (that I am not sure I can post here) and already posted it to Elance.com. However, when browsing the profiles of elancers that would potentially match my requirements, I couldn't find any that would provide the type of specialized help (i.e. preparing and delivering a webinar) I am looking for.

Does anyone know of a less generic web site where marketing folks tend to go to in order to find contract jobs?

Thanks in advance for any suggestion!

Michael Crider Online and OmniChannel Marketing

December 1st, 2014

I would check out your local Interactive Marketing Association to see if they have freelancers as members that can help you out. Failing that, perhaps your American Marketing Association chapter. In the Valley, I believe that would be sfbig.org. --- 

Linda Pelekoudas Founder || Organizational Architect at Strategy and Design Solutions

December 1st, 2014

Marketing an information product like a webinar is a niche area.  I do have a process specifically for this type of product.  Please message me if you would like to consider it for your project.

Regards, Linda

Jeff ☁ CMO | Demand Generation | Content Marketer | Revenue Marketer | Product Marketer | Chief Marketing Technology Officer

December 1st, 2014

Hi Raphael, I recently founded AuthorityForce to help with your exact issue. We're in pre-release and helping a select set of customers. I've personally executed just over 1000 webinars with most of those focused on enterprise software and mobility. Let me know if you'd like to have a discovery call. Best, Jeff Fugitt 512.653.8295 www.authorityforce.com On Dec 1, 2014 7:03 PM, "Raphael Londner"

Lawrence Lerner Digitalization and Transformation Coach

December 1st, 2014

All of those sites seem to have a very similar focus. I do work directly with a number of marketing consultants, some who have come from large enterprise software houses. Ping me offline and I will share names as you like.


Sharyn Fitzpatrick Marketing | Webinar Program Development & Management | Editor, PresentationXpert.com l Webinar Chick I Digital Marketing

December 31st, 2015

Webinars are only good if you have the right content, a powerful presentation, and audience engagement built into the program. The attendee needs to understand up front why they should attend and what benefit they will receive. You need to connect with your audience - use some of the tools available on each platform. I have done over 1,000 webinars for publications, high-tech, employee wellness companies, and many others. I can be reached at sharyn@marcomgurus.com.  Take care, Sharyn (aka Webinar Chick)

Diane Bernard Chief Digital Marketing & Growth Officer For Hire, CEO, Virtual CMO for Technology, Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Consumer

February 28th, 2016

There are webinars.. then their high converting webinars. Traditional webinars with powerpoint slide and a catchy topic are old school.  The best and new high-converting ones that can convert as high as 35% actually comes from a live stream source along with premium value and a great strategy that supports a complex funnel to fill you sale and lead system. 

Hope that helps. CMO for hire,