A smart, well-run webinar is one of the most powerful tools in the content marketer’s toolbox.
If you present an organized, content-rich webinar and you make a connection with each audience member, you’ll be well on your way to becoming an authority in your field.
But, if you present a webinar with faulty slides, cackling audio, or worse … you’ll likely lose the trust and respect of the audience that you’ve worked so hard to gain.
The reality though, as we all have experienced, is that even good webinars run by experienced hosts will occasionally run into errors or technical glitches.
Is there a way to stop these everyday glitches from turning into a total webinar catastrophe?
We’ve created this initial checklist for running higher quality, less stressful webinars. Use it when you’re executing your next online event (and add your own ideas to customize the list) …
The testing process
The most important part of your webinar is making sure all of your attendees and panelists can hear and see your content. If they can’t, you webinar will be a non-starter.
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