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Engagement Tips for Virtual Marketing Presentations

Begins at 12:00 PM CDT 

Come get a pragmatic look at techniques you can apply in any virtual presentation to get audience members to engage with you and your subject. We’ll concentrate on using common resources you always have available in web conferences: interactive polls, typed chat, slides, screen sharing, and your voice.

As a presenter you will come away with strategies you can use when crafting and delivering your next web presentation. Webinar moderators and coordinators will benefit as well, with the ability to make practical suggestions when assisting invited presenters and with ideas on ways to help add interactive elements.

• The magic word that keeps audience members paying attention

• Ways to structure presentations for greater interactivity

• How to properly word polls to encourage participation

• Techniques for integrating comments and questions into your presentation

• Stimulating involvement before the presentation even starts

 

Ken Molay

President, Webinar Success

Ken has been producing and delivering business webinars since 1999. His background in public speaking, stage acting, and corporate training has given him a unique perspective on what it takes to create and deliver compelling and effective presentations. Ken served time in the corporate trenches as product marketing manager and director of marketing for a Silicon Valley software company that went through three acquisitions, one IPO, and five name changes in the space of five years. Ken is a prolific blogger on the subject of web conferencing and its applications in The Webinar Blog. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal and industry publications as well as making frequent public presentations on the topic of more effective webinars.

 

Engagement Tips for Virtual Marketing Presentations