Although attendees are able to see your “visual aids” for the event, that doesn’t mean you have to be one of them. It’s rare for an hour long presentation to only show the speaker’s webcam.
There is no webinar rule that says: You Must Be On Camera In Order To Host A Webinar.
And no, I don’t mean you have your virtual assistant come on camera for you. In fact, webinars don’t require a camera at all.
Your participants have come because they are interested in what you have to offer. Yes, it’s a chance to get to know you live and in the flesh. However, if you’re a bit shy to get in front of the camera, that shouldn’t stop you from hosting your own webinars.
For every webinar you’ll want to include one of the following:
– A PowerPoint presentation shared during your webinar. Of course, it should be an interesting and engaging PowerPoint and not the old fashioned style that’s really just your notes on screen.
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