EP 66: The Virtual Summit Marketing System with Navid Moazzez

David Jenyns
David Jenyns

Podcast Episode #66

Holding a summit is a way to recruit your audience whom you can convert into leads, customers, or even partners. Summits are activities that ticks various boxes in your business which is why it is vital that a business owner learn how to run one.

Today’s Guest, Navid Moazzez

Navid Moazzez is the CEO at Navid Media.

You might know him as a lifestyle entrepreneur and the creator of Virtual Summit Mastery, host of List Building School and a few other premium training programs and online summits (or as he likes to call them “virtual summits”).

As the guy behind some of the biggest virtual summits in the online space and named by The Huffington Post, Entrepreneur.com and Inc. as the “World’s Leading Virtual Summit Expert”, he is known for getting his students real results.

He and his students have generated hundreds of thousands of email subscribers and millions of dollars in sales in just the past 12 months alone (and it’s growing every day).

Student success is his #1 metric by far in his company… that’s what he and his awesome team live by… and it shows big time!

Website: navidmoazzez.com

The Virtual Summit Marketing System

Step 1: Get clear on your topic.

Step 2: Pick your speakers.

Step 3: Create your virtual summit funnel.

Step 4: Turn your summit into an evergreen.

Step 5: Know your delivery strategy.

Step 6: Launch strategy.

Step 7: Grow strategy.

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