So you want to run a webinar?
A webinar is still a presentation but, unlike the conference hall scenario, the presenter is delivering via the internet and the audience members are sitting at their computer screens logging in.
The approach adds an extra dimension, in that the presenter will find it harder to know if their audience is listening – are they bored, doodling, emailing? Have you kept their attention or lost it? When delivering via a webinar, this is almost impossible to judge but should never be ignored.
So it becomes all the more important for a presenter that to be effective, you need to work on your presentation for some time before the recording. And once you do make sure your recording equipment is up to the job. Nothing is more off-putting than a hum in the background.
Here are a few top tips for those about to embark on delivering a webinar, in fact, feel free to apply them to any presentation you may want to offer.
Upcoming webinars from ourselves and our affiliates will be listed here soon and on our Blog