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The Devil’s in the Data

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Understanding your Webinar Metrics

Following on from last week’s Form vs. Function blog post, where we chatted about the importance of collating, reporting, and analysing your webinar’s data and interaction metrics, we received a couple of emails (always great to hear from you guys!) asking for a little more detail around what you should be looking for, and what the numbers mean in real-world...

Do this FIRST, after your webinars ends

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There are many things you could do when your webinar is completed. You could high-five or crack open the champagne, or you could check out the reporting and marvel at the interaction and conversion rates you had. You could lock all files away and draw a line under the webinar or you could start planning the next webinar. You could even give the list of attendees to your sales team. All of...

3 Unexpected Webinar Truths

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It is easy to have subjective perceptions about marketing tools, or to repeat someone else’s opinions or statements, when you don’t have all the facts yourself. Often, we do this without checking the facts. Paradoxically, this trend has increased significantly during the “information age”. So much information and opinion is published and shared on the internet, that verifying it becomes...

Ignore this webinar metric at your own peril

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One of the most valuable aspects of running webinars is the metrics marketers get in return. Webinars produce more insightful metrics than any other marketing asset, making them a core consideration and tactic for any modern marketer. Amongst the array of metrics webinars produce, one vital metric is often overlooked. But ignoring this metric can have a significant and negative impact on...

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