Webinar Best Practices
WEbinar Best Practices
Below is a list of the tips discussed in the video. Refer above for detailed descriptions.
- Create a high quality registration process with good questions that will guide your webinar content.
- Let people know the length of the webinar. One hour is a good goal.
- Rehearse, practice, solidify tech utilization.
- Have an assistant run the chat and help with back-end engagement.
- Open the doors and interact 10 to 15 minutes before the webinar starts.
- Don't waste time introducing yourself. Jump in to the content right away.
- Dual monitors can help, if they're available.
- If demonstrate a platform, do so thoroughly. Have screenshots prepared.
- Breakout rooms don't work since recording can't show all rooms.
- Avoid Death by Power Point! Don't read from slides. Too much text is bad. Less is more.
- Try to engage every 10 minutes.
- Engage using polls and Q&A.
- Use co-presenters to break up your talking.
- Vary your instruction methods. Use the tools discussed in this course. (Don't just stick with polls, for example.)
- Always have a call-to-action. (What are you leading them to?)
- After Facebook live ends, answer all questions in comments.
- Send out a survey after webinar ends.
If you have any questions about the lesson, feel free to make a post in my Facebook group: The Teachers' Lounge for Entrepreneurs.
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