If we could give only one piece of advice to someone searching for the right webinar platform it would be this: ask for a free trial. It’s crucial that you really get to know a product so that you can tell whether it’s up to scratch - try before you buy, as the old saying goes.
So: you’ve finished your webinar. After all the build-up of preparing, planning and promoting over the past few weeks, you’re finally ready to kick back and relax a little bit. But wait - there’s more.
There’s no questioning that webinars are one of the most effective forms of content. They have the potential to score you impressive lead generation and brand loyalty points - but only if your webinars are actually interesting, informative and useful to your target audience. How can you make sure you’re planning successful webinars that tick these boxes and achieve great results? We share some...
Whatever your question ... Webinar Polls are the answer
“Should I run polls in my webinar?”
This is a question we at 247 Webcasting are asked nearly every day, and I’m going to start this blog post by simply jumping straight to the answer...
Forget what you’ve been told ... length DOES matter!Ok, let’s start by getting our minds out of the gutter and focussing on what this post is really about ... the length of your Webinar Presentation Slides!
Webinars come in a variety of formats. The vast majority of webinars are run live, after which organisers then make on-demand versions available to their audience. In other words, a replay version of the webinar that can be accessed at any point by any audience member. But many webinar organisers forget that there is more to on-demand webinars than that. Not utilising on-demand webinars...
When it comes to promoting your webinar, different rules apply compared to other marketing assets. Why? Because most of the time a webinar has a live date set several weeks or months in advance, whereas other marketing assets are available instantly. This means your promotional strategy needs to be different too.