Last year’s research into online presentation best practices shows that people hate it when you start a webinar late. To be fair, sometimes crap happens. And to be doubly fair, I acknowledge that two minutes late doesn’t seem like much when you’re in person. And a confession:
I was recently watching a TED video and the thing I found most interesting for once wasn’t the video itself…it was a comment below the video where a viewer rated the presenter as “long winded.” And this was a 17 minute video. My first response is to quote a line from
If you’re curious about how to promote and deliver engaging webinars, this short survey is for you. Why? The research we’re conducting will be turned into a practical set of best practices…and you’ll have a chance get a pre-release copy of the report. It should only take
1080 Group has partnered with my friend Bob Hanson at QLM Marketing to conduct an independent study on the success factors for webinars. To get a pre-release copy of the report, participate in the survey. It should take you about 5
Imagine you’re an event planner…the traditional, terrestrial kind. Would you consider hosting a trade show booth, networking luncheon, cocktail reception, or seminar at a hotel somewhere without considering all the details, tangible and intangible, that are part of the experience?