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ReadyTalk’s Anthony Salas' Webinar on Engaging the Invisible Audience

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For many people public speaking is very intimidating. You would think that speaking to an invisible audience on a webinar would be much more approachable; I’m here to tell you it’s not. Right before going on a live event last month I found my mouth dry, my palms sweaty and my heart racing and I was sitting in an empty conference room. Does this happen to you?

I can’t think of anything harder than speaking to an audience I can’t get feedback from. Sure, there’s a chat stream, but you’re so busy delivering content, you can’t respond to that, so your behind the scene team does. Need more ideas on curbing this nightmare?

Next Tuesday, ReadyTalk is sponsoring an AMA webinar, Webinar Best Practices: Engaging the Invisible Audience. Speakers Anthony Salas and Jamie Wallace are going to review actionable tips for engaging an audience you can’t see. Register for this event now.

 

About the Speakers:

Anthony Salas

As an event manager, Anthony works with clients on all aspects of their audio and web conferencing needs. Prior to working at ReadyTalk, he was a ReadyTalk customer, so he brings a great understanding of developing and running webinar programs. He enjoys spending time with his family and two dogs, watching movies, reading and exploring Denver’s top restaurants.

Jamie Wallace

As the founder of Suddenly Marketing Jamie, helps brands build profitable customer relationships through content marketing. From website copy and e-books to blog posts, social content, and webinars, she helps her clients reach more prospects, establish expertise, create conversations, and inspire customer loyalty. She believes in marketing that is clear, focused, and human. She believes in working relationships that are open, collaborative, and fun.


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