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In the last couple of postings, we have talked about polling questions and how they can positively impact your webinars. Now let’s talk about how to write those questions – and the answer options that go along with each question. Look at the questions through your participants eyes. You need to make sure what you […]

Today’s post is the second in Anthony’s series on polling. Check out the previous post. During a webinar, polls are an easy way to learn more about your audience and their experience level, to check whether they can recall important information you have presented, or to gather feedback on the efficacy of your presentation. As […]

  Find out what your audience is thinking Unlike a physical meeting, you can’t read the body language of your participants during a web event. You need to pay attention to the little things, like the breathing (or snoring) on the other end to gauge your audience’s interest. Better yet you can ensure your audience […]

You’ve probably been hearing about conferencing solutions since the mid-90s when they first rose in popularity. While this communication method has been around for a while, rapid advancements in broadband technology, online security and other innovative features have propelled web conferencing into the 21st century in full force. Now, web conferencing allows you to hold […]

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