It’s no secret that I’m not a huge fan of Webinars (or infographics – different post, different day). Here are my nuggets of wisdom, for you fool hardy souls who insist this is something you must do.
I’ve never been a huge fan of webinars. Probably, because most of them are colossal wastes of time.
But – if you insist on producing your own webinar, the following tips could help the next person feel like they at least got something of value from your efforts:
- Prepare. This is my number one complaint about terrible webinars – it’s usually quite obvious that many presenters don’t adequately practice their presentation, or don’t have mastery over their subject matter. Give yourself ample time to prepare your content, and work on your delivery.
- Get to the point. Fast. Your time is valuable. And so is your audience’s. Respect their time as if it were golden. Because it is.
- Don’t read your slide deck, word for word. It just insults everyone’s intelligence, and makes the room dumber.
- Buy – and use – a good microphone. If I’m thinking about your poor sound quality, then…
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