Used effectively, webinars help you better understand your audience, their pain points and the topics most relevant to them.
Effective webinars often pick up where traditional slide presentations leave off, adding screen sharing, presenter video and audio and downloadable materials.
You’ll be more successful if you have a clear goal in mind. What are you trying to accomplish?
What are your attendees’ pain points? What topics might resonate with them? Use those insights to create a compelling webinar title.
Research shows 10am on a Tuesday or Wednesday are the best days and times to host a webinar.
Use email, social channels and your own network to get the word out.
“How-to” content tends to perform best. Give your audience bite-size learnings they can apply.
Make sure you practice your delivery as well as test your technical setup before the big day.
The world is getting smaller. Individuals can now connect with one another at any time, from almost anywhere via the internet. Mobile smart devices, HD live streaming and near-universal Wi-Fi accessibility are pushing the limits of telecommunication.