You have gathered attendees to your webinar, got your keynote ready and hardware prepared. But what to do before the webinar, so that everything runs smoothly and productively? We have prepared a checklist that would help you by drawing your attention to things at different webinar preparation stages and never miss anything.
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So, you are getting ready to webinar holding: you select the topic, prepare your keynote and gather your audience. Sure thing, you would like it to welcome as many attendees as possible and they’d better stay at the webinar from the very beginning until the end. But what should you do in case the number of attendees is gradually becoming less towards the end of the event?
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Webinar announcements are placed on the registration pages, in social networks and emails. A good announcement would contain major information about the webinar and answers to visitors’ possible questions concerning the upcoming event. On top of that, such an announcement motivates users to register for the webinar. Below, 10 questions are offered that would help you prepare a quality informative announcement.
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How to participate in a webinar? It is easy: you can connect to an event from virtually any place in the world (with internet access, of course).
Here are some useful tips which should help you get the most out of your webinar experience.
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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.
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