One thing pros do when they present in a new environment is get a feeling for the space so they can make their energy work there. It makes a difference if it's large and has a lot of reverberation (like a gymnasium) or is small and intimate.
In a recent webinar Chaaya asked, "I've been told that you never want 'dead air' in a webinar? Is that good advice?"
A webinar question from Arvid… "I travel a lot. Any tips for doing webinars when you're away from the office?
In a recent webinar Nicola asked, "If my presentation is for a cross-cultural audience, what things do I need to keep in mind?"
This morning I had the fun of going to KPTV for a guest appearance with local weather celeb Andy Carson. They had kindly donated this appearance to the amazing Quinn Driscoll Foundation (founded by Scott, 1080 Group's co-founder), and I was the high bidder at the charity auction.
To paraphrase a question from Dave following a recent webinar, "What about pre-recording the presentation, playing that in the live event, and then having live Q&A?"
The number of choices for interacting in a webinar or virtual classroom are many. Is there one that attendees prefer to another?
One very frequently asked question is about whether or not it makes a difference for the presenter to appear on camera in a webinar/webcast/virtual classroom.