If you have attended a lot of webinars in your life, you are probably already aware that most of them are snooze fests.
.. although there are a few webinar “experts” who manage to keep the entire episode engaging and worthwhile for the participants, they are far too few of them.
So in this post, our aim is to challenge the perception that you can not make all webinars interactive…
..and we are pretty confident that we can make a good case for it. …
Drew Hendricks quoted,
“Marketers have begun to look beyond Ebooks, blogs and social posts towards more diverse types of content. Webinars are extremely powerful for drawing in and keeping in touch with prospects. They showcase your brand’s expertise in your industry and give your company the human voice.”
Living in a digital era demands a good level of presentations by means of interpersonal and digital formats like webinars.
Webinars, inbuilt, shield the speaker against stage fear and on the other hand, brings up the challenge of impressing the audience who is practically not seated in front of you.
There is a stringent need for technology enabled learning that the consumers can consume, at the comfort of their time, place and money. And webinars are undoubtedly one of the best answers to the given concern since it’s a powerful mode of learning across varied sizes. …
Every week our mailbox is filled with at least one email in regard to a webinar. But what exactly is a webinar? What is so significant about it, that it has evolved as the buzzword of almost every industry which has its presence on the online platform?
In the simplest form,
WEBINAR = Web + Seminar
The webinar can very well be defined as the event held indicatively on the internet and attended characteristically by the online audience.
This very feature of the webinar is also what differentiates it from a Webcast, which can be attended by offline audience too. …