Posts in Category "Virtual Conferences"

February 24, 2014

Defense Connect Online: over 1 MILLION served

Tweet Last week, Defense Connect Online (DCO) reached 1 million self-registered users who have participated in the mission-critical online collaboration environment, powered by Adobe Connect and Adobe’s digital government solutions. DCO supports the Joint Information Environment as a popular enterprise-wide DOD managed service for communicating information in real time while increasing efficiency and security. DCO […]

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August 29, 2013

Creating Valuable Virtual Conference Sponsorships

Tweet As more and more agencies move their conferences online, the conference sponsorships will have to move online as well.  However, I don’t see this as a challenge.  In fact, I believe sponsors may receive an even greater benefit from virtual conference sponsorships due to the in-depth tracking and segmentation available via virtual venues.  Just […]

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August 8, 2013

The Value of Virtual Events in Government

Tweet This new resource guide from GovLoop called ‘Building Better Conferences and Training: The Value of Virtual Events in Government’ is an extremely well put together and must-have guide for any government agency looking to move their traditional in-person conferences online. In the guide, GovLoop; Provides survey results of 335 public sector professionals, on how […]

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August 1, 2013

Adobe Connect: Supporting Virtual Summits and Breakouts

Tweet Written by: Emily Timmerman, Adobe Solutions Consultant Public Sector A number of agencies I support have their own internal, Adobe Connect user group.  I was privileged to recently be a guest speaker at an agency’s user group meeting and hear how one organization was leveraging the tool.  Their thoughtful use of Adobe Connect technology […]

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July 24, 2013

Virtual conference with Adobe Connect enables U.S. Navy to cut expenses by $1.5 million

Tweet Using Adobe Connect the U.S. Naval Safety & Environmental Training Center, in partnership with EnvolveMEDIA, created an online version of its annual Safety Professional Development Conference. The virtual training conference saved taxpayers $1.5 million in travel costs and increased attendee participation by 50%. More than 1,500 virtual attendees participated in the week-long conference, featuring […]

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May 30, 2013

It’s not JUST a Chat Pod___ it’s an interactive tool with endless options!

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 […]

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May 1, 2013

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz____ Let not your webinar be a snoozer

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 […]

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April 16, 2013

SOS! My Webinar is Imploding!

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 […]

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April 2, 2013

It’s OK to Use the Same Features in Webinars as Small Online Meetings…right?

Tweet Hopefully a warning bell is going off in your head right now. Unfortunately, I often run into speakers and webinar producers that treat large webinars with hundreds of attendees like a small internal company meeting.  I can’t blame them really. If your technology platform has lots of cool features, it’s tempting to use them […]

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March 25, 2013

‘Anyone there? Hello? Hello? HELLO!’… Sound familiar?

Tweet Creating a fun and NOISY lobby for your webinar attendees to ‘sit’ in while they wait for your webinar to begin will reduce the panic and allow your attendees to relax and eagerly await your presentation. First, create a unique layout that you’ll use as your webinar lobby when you open your room. Labeling […]

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