Few people are born presenters. Whether you hate the way your voice sounds on video, or you have no idea what to do with your hands, or you break out in a cold sweat just thinking about addressing a crowd, most of us could use a little help when it comes to public speaking.
Keeping in mind that 65% of people are visual learners, and 90% of all information that comes to the brain are visual, your slide deck can easily make or break your webinar.
Webinars provide an ideal platform for your company to establish yourself as a thought leader in your space and help develop your brand voice In addition to that, webinars can be a significant revenue driver for your business. However, webinars are fairly time-consuming to produce.
You’ve spent a bunch of time planning a killer webinar, now it is time to get people to sign-up for it! In order to get people to actually attend your webinar, it is important to establish a smooth registration process and sign-up page.
At Worktank we have seen it all. The good, the bad, and yes even the ugly when it comes to virtual events. What makes one online event a smash hit, and another an utter failure? It all comes down to presentation and planning.
Internal conferences and meetings play a crucial role in a company’s ability to develop business strategy, implement new policies, discover industry trends, and connect employees in a way that facilitates discussion and promotes a shared vision.
Webinars are a great way to engage your audience in a live format. If done right, during the webinar, your audience can learn, ask questions, and engage with your company and brand to create a lasting relationship.
Still holding important meetings via teleconferencing? It may be time for an upgrade. Teleconferences first started in the early 1960s, and while communication via phone has certainly changed since then, the implementation of teleconferences has not changed much at all.
Video quality has a big impact on the success or failure of a webinar. It also says a lot about your company as a whole. Poor quality videos will have attendees tuning out and turning to a more impressive competitor.