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Successful Web Seminars and Web Conferences

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large-empty-convention-hall-with-orange-seats.jpgA successful web seminar is a thing of beauty. The speaker is exciting, the audience is engaged and the technology melds seamlessly into the background never noticed by the audience and never impeding the message of the speaker. In essence, it is feels like you are at a live event.

Unfortunately, perfectly executed seminars take a great deal of practice and planning. At ReadyTalk, we have a dedicated staff of event planners that deal with the logistics of web seminars on a daily basis. They are in charge of everything from the moment a customer decides they want to conduct a web seminar until the final end of conference e-mails are sent.

In this 5 part series, I wanted to share with you the process of a web seminar from inception to conclusion. The five parts will be broken up as follows:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


  • Planning
  • Promotion
  • Registration
  • Speakers
  • Contingency

 

Tomorrow I will talk about the planning stage.

[tags]web conferencing, web seminar, ReadyTalk [/tags]


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