Tweet One of the greatest things about Adobe Connect is that the ‘rooms’ will last forever. It’s like building a physical room that you can use over and over again. The size of the room depends on your license – you can build smaller rooms for use as a virtual office or bigger rooms for […]
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Tweet Approaching webinars as a one-and-done event is a missed opportunity. Webinars can actually be just the start of a ‘content snowball’ that will help you build your content and offer library. A lot of time and effort is poured into speakers and content and delivery of each webinar. Milk that effort for all it’s […]
Tweet You’ve worked hard to build your brand – don’t miss an opportunity to display it wherever possible and appropriate in front of your next webinar audience. Just like you would hang banners and post signs at a physical event, ‘hang’ your logo to build your brand during your virtual event as well. It doesn’t […]
Your audience’s virtual experience in a webinar is different from yours. Do you know what the differences are?
Tweet As the webinar host or presenter, you have a different view than your audience – more rights, more features, more control. It’s a good practice to get familiar with the webinar room from the perspective of your audience. This will help you help them when they need to answer a poll or use full […]
Tweet If you are simply putting a chat pod in your layout and leaving it there without a strategy for how you plan to use it, you are missing out! There are a plethora (yep, I used plethora) of really creative interactive exercises that can be developed with a simple chat pod(s) to boost overall […]
Tweet If knowledge is power, MobileIron is working very hard to empower its employees, customers, and partners. More than 4,000 organizations have already chosen the MobileIron IT platform to secure and manage their mobile devices, applications, and content. To support the growing demand for enterprise mobility, the company created MobileIron University, the industry’s first center […]
Tweet Yesterday, MarketingSherpa released a case study on our own webinar program that we have been running for Adobe Connect since 2008. It reviews the evolution of the program while sharing lessons learned and methods that led to success. From the case study, Webinar Marketing: Adobe revamps strategy and achieves a 500% lift in conversion […]
Tweet Whether you are running a webinar to generate leads, educate your customers, launch a campaign to your sales team, train your workforce or share thought leadership, the greatest content in the world won’t matter if no one is listening. You might think ‘they took the time to show up so they’re listening, right?’. Not […]
Tweet Even the most detail-oriented and prepared webinar producer runs into emergencies from time to time. The difference between saving the webinar during an emergency and watching the entire event implode completely is having a well thought out Emergency Plan. Several of the most common emergencies can be either a small blip on the webinar […]
Tweet A blog posting by Roger Courville, The Virtual Presenter Based on the book The Unbreakable Rules of Marketing: 9 1/2 Ways to Get People to Love You by Cathey Armillas I could not help sharing Roger’s inspiration on webinar best practices that he received from the above mentioned book by Cathey Armillas. After reading […]