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More Webinar Tips Thanks to Tara Lamboley, Chief Business Development Officer at REV Demand

 

I love technology — except when it doesn’t work!

I’m having some sort of issue that is keeping people from leaving comments on my blog!  Travesty!!

While I’m working through that issue, the wonderful Tara Lamboley with REV Demand emailed me more webinar tips that I just HAD to share!

Please be patient while we get the technology working again.  And in the meantime, enjoy wisdom from Tara Lamboley.  Thanks for sharing Tara!!!

 

Great post, Kelly!  I like your idea of approaching Webinars as we would a TV show, and changing images often.  With our shorter attention spans these days, that makes a lot of sense.

 

Two quick things I would add:  1.) Having more than one presenter (voice) keeps the presentation interesting as well.  2.) To increase interactivity with the audience, consider creating a unique Twitter hashtag for your Webinar, and then monitor and respond to the Twitter feed (or have someone do this for you) during the presentation. 

 

Thanks again for the post!

Tara Lamboley

Chief Business Development Officer

REV Demand

(770) 856-2087 

www.revdemand.com

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This is the major difference between a face to face presentation and a webinar. In a presentation, the audience can see you and if there’s no visual slide, their attention will be focused on you. But in a webinar, if there’s no visual or you have the same visual for an extended length of time, their visual attention will wander.