In a recent webinar, Shelly H. asked, “How much time should you leave for Q&A session at the end of a webinar?” Shelly, I love the question for one big reason: You’re thinking about interacting with your audience! I think it depends on the nature of the presentation and
Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Maranda Gibson, the AccuConference socialite, blogger, and writer. If you appreciate people who keep the ‘social’ in social media as I do, you may appreciate connecting with her where we met…on Twitter (@accuconference).
From a recent webinar, Bryan L. asked, “Should the presenter deliver the audio standing up to help resonance rather than sitting?” Bryan, I stand up. I love the energy, and truth be told, if you were in my office you’d see me waving my arms and walking around. Here are a few
Is there ever a time not to use the interactivity tools provided by a web conferencing solution? To be sure, in most cases you should push yourself to use more and more interactivity as your audience has less distance to travel to Distraction Avenue. I’m not saying it won’t feel artificial
During a recent webinar, Tony W. asked Is it a helpful technique to mention the person’s name who asks the question like you guys are doing right now? Don’t some people get offended by this? Tony, I think you should consider it both in terms of context and culture. Here are a few