With WebinarNinja, you can create a webinar in just a few clicks. But there is more to what you can do. Click on the links below for a step-by-step guide.

Step 1: Choose one type of webinar.

Get started by deciding which type of webinar you are wanting to run.

Step 2: Create the webinar.

Set a date and time for the webinar and give it a title. In this process, you also have the option to add a co-host and/or set it as a Paid webinar.

You can enable Spam Protection to prevent bots and Subscriber Consent to comply with the GDPR.

Step 3 (Optional): Customize the pages. 

Edit the registration page and thank you page to match your brand.

You can also use your own.

Step 4 (Optional): Set up the email notifications.

Edit the pre-generated email notifications or add your own.

Step 5 (Optional): Integrate WebinarNinja with your CRM.

You can integrate WebinarNinja with your CRM so that your webinar registrants will be automatically added to your mailing list. You can then set up emails to send out in addition to the email notifciations from WebinarNinja.

Step 6 (Optional): Invite co-hosts.

If you are planning to have guests as speakers or presenters in your webinar, add them before getting registrants.

You can also run a practice webinar any time before starting the webinar to get familiar with how you would like to run it.

Step 7: Get registrants.

Publish your webinar either as Private or Public and then invite people to register for your webinar with the registration link.

Step 8: Prepare for the webinar.

Get your devices, polls, and offers ready. 

If you are running a live webinar, you can also prepare your slide presentations, videos, and co-host/s at this point.

Step 9: Start your webinar.

Ready for the big event? 

On the other hand, Automated webinars start on their own so you don't have to.

Step 10: Check post-webinar statistics.

For further assistance, contact us through live chat at the bottom right of this page or send us an email at support@webinarninja.com.

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