One of our current research projects seeks to uncover better and better ways for webinar presenters to get and keep attention…by better understanding our audiences. This survey will close soon, but so here’s a closing opportunity to both share (take the survey) and see the results of
WARNING: Rant ahead Faithful readers know that I may have a spicy point of view sometimes, but I don’t rant. I might teeter atop a soapbox once in awhile, but I don’t rant. Not so today. This post is the one you wish you could send to your boss. Or even write in an email
What, may I ask, is your strategy for mobile webinars? In this recent post, Fortune Magazine notes that the highest video call made to date was from 17000 feet…on Mount Everest! Users are increasingly mobile Mobile devices now outnumber PCs, and according to Fortune, total penetration is 76%.
Today you’re somebody’s trusted adviser. A friend or co-worker pings you and asks you one of the following questions… how would YOU answer? Don’t webinars suck just like PowerPoint sucks? Reality: PowerPoint doesn’t suck, but it often gets used poorly. Webinars are
Odd, but true…it’s the third annual survey of usage of web conferencing in Australia and New Zealand. Like other surveys of 1080 Group’s, this is a ‘share and learn’ opportunity. Please take about four minutes to share, and you will get pre-release access to the