In this second part we continue with more confessions from our anonymous webinar presenter. Having heard about nerves, preparation and omissions in part 1, we now turn to the practical side of running webinars. Do you identify with some of these? Read on to find out:
A well-planned webcast must be able to generate leads through proper audience engagement, since this is the necessary step towards nurturing your audience.
Your primary aim is to Engaging Your Webcasting Audience by focusing on audience interactions, first and foremost. These are the tools or elements used in webcasting platforms in order to get the audience's participation during and/or...
There are epic webcasts and there are failed webcasts. These things happen even to the savviest production crew behind a presentation.
Let's not forget that it's not always 'a walk at the park' to produce epically flawless webinars. It takes time, money and energy for every webcast presentation to work as planned. But some things can go wrong that are beyond the production team's control.
In order to achieve a successful webinar, you should prioritize planning and execution first and foremost. Of course, it takes time from start to finish and it involves great team coordination.
A webinar that’s well-planned and well-presented is also the product of weeks (or months) of preparation not just of the presentation materials, but of the people behind the event.
A seamless webinar...