On average, wore than 60% of people who register for webinars don't attend. One can argue that people with more buying authority and budgets are also typically the people with less time. They are more likely to be in the 60% of those who registered but could not attend.
Giving a list of all those who registered to the sales team leads to several challenges -
If you can use compelling content to allow no-shows to easily engage with you, you and your sales team can exceed your metrics.
You can send a follow-up email that contains a link to the full event recording. These don't serve the time-starved buyer's problem of not having time to attend or watch the whole recording.
A lead that registered but did not attend has shown interest but was unable to fit the event in her schedule. Target no-shows with a follow-up email that gives them key moments (takeaways) right inside the email. By removing friction and barrier to content consumption, you can make it easy for leads to give you a signal that proves they really are interested and allow you to increase the MQL score.
By serving content in a bite-size, low-commitment format in your emails and landing pages you can increase the number of actions a buyer can take to signal their interest to you. These actions translate into scores and points for MQLs.
The follow-up email containing munchable key moments becomes the interaction that brings no-shows to your landing page. On the landing page, you can serve a storyline of key moments (auto created by Parmonic) and increase the surface area of possible engagement with leads.
Access to a lead list from your event that includes data on registrants and attendees. Access to Parmonic.
If you don’t have the ability to paste HTML in marketing emails, you may have to ask your Marketing Ops team for help.
We strongly recommend that you use a Marketing Automation system to capture leads and their journey with you. Using MA forms for registration allows you to get permission from your buyers to engage with them and track their activities.