A public speech’s success depends on many factors: logic of the speech, its richness, correct mimics, visual contact with an audience, even the speaker’s appearance. Richard Dowis’s book The Lost Art of the Great Speech covers all aspects of public speeches, from preliminary preparations to writing speech theses and answers to the questions from the audience.
Frankly speaking, keeping attendees at the webinar is more difficult compared to a live presentation. When at an offline event, visitors may feel uncomfortable when leaving. But to leave a webinar, it is enough to simply close the web browser tab. How can the audience’s attention be retained from the first till the last minute of the broadcast? Here are 10 ways to achieve it.
Researches prove that webinars held on Mondays and Fridays are less visited than those held on other days of the week. Other polls state that attendance is low on Tuesdays. At MyOwnConference, we are sure that people will attend your webinar even on Friday night in case they see its point. Yet, having studied the researches we arrived at our own conclusions.