There’s nothing more annoying than attending an online presentation or meeting and not being able to get anything out of it because the presenter or fellow attendees are unprepared or unfamiliar with how to behave in a formal, online environment.
“Good webinar etiquette, like good online etiquette in general, keeps doors open to better communication, greater mutual respect and greater efficiency,” said Laura Lowder who coordinates annual online writing conferences via webinar for the Catholic Writers Guild.
Webinar etiquette is not particularly different from the rules of conduct for any meeting or presentation, but they do have a slight twist to accommodate the online media. These are 10 of the most important (yet sometimes forgotten) rules of webinar etiquette.
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