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Why Your Webinar Should Include Q&A Sessions

In order for a webinar to be successful, it’s extremely important to engage the audience. Also, attendees who feel as if they were fully engaged with the event are more likely to...

Six Ways to Add Social Media to Webinars

To maximize the connections and increase collaboration started by webinars, you’ll want to integrate social media as much as possible to create a well-rounded presence. Read on to...

Use webinar recordings as part of a great marketing mix!

You’ve just finished recording your online meeting or webinar. Now what? It is a commonly acknowledged fact among marketers that content is king. Knowing how to leverage your...

Driving More Value from Webinar Recordings in Eloqua

While hosting a live webinar is valuable in and of itself, the recording of that webinar provides an awesome opportunity to continue to drive value after the live event. Including...

Why Hosting a Webinar is like Hosting a Dinner Party

I thought this post was most appropriate considering the massive amounts of appetizers, dinner, drinks, desserts and holiday festivities that area being planned in the coming...

How the American Marketing Association Uses Pre-Conference Effectively

I love going to see new movies in the theater. Of course I want to see the feature, but my favorite part is seeing the previews! I also always get to concerts early to check out...

Think before you speak: Top 10 must-dos before presenting on a webinar

You were asked to present a webinar and you agreed -- now what? Maybe you have presented at conferences before but never for a virtual audience, or maybe your only presentation...

Webinar Mistakes that Will Haunt You

The month of October leading up to Halloween is scary enough for me, the last thing I need is to be haunted by  ghosts of webinar mistakes. Here are a few  things to avoid. Should...

Put the Chat Feature to Work for You

For most chairpersons, running a webinar is just a tiny part of their job description and they don't have the time to learn every nuance of a technology platform (especially if...

Is Your Webinar Audience Really Listening?

You have dotted the i's and crossed the t's so that your audience can hear your presentation, now it is time to implement strategies to encourage them to LISTEN to your...

Can Your Webinar Audience Hear You?

Can your webinar audience hear you? They say there's a difference between hearing and listening  -- how many of us have ever been asked: "I know you are hearing me, but are you...

Warning: Hot Coffee Can Burn You! (Part II)

So the first Hot Coffee blog post was a little tongue-in-cheek (okay, so it was a lot tongue-in-cheek) -- this one assumes that you have both common sense AND a desire to make your...

Warning: Hot Coffee Can Burn You! (Part I)

Do you remember when that woman sued McDonald's because she ordered a hot coffee, spilled it all over herself and got burned? In addition to a significant financial compensation,...