In a recent webinar, Shelly H. asked, "How much time should you leave for Q&A session at the end of a webinar?"
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From a recent webinar, Bryan L. asked, "Should the presenter deliver the audio standing up to help resonance rather than sitting?"
Bryan, I stand up. I love the energy, and truth be told, if you were in my office you'd see me waving my arms and walking around.
Is there ever a time not to use the interactivity tools provided by a web conferencing solution?
During a recent webinar, Tony W. asked
What if your presentation was hooked to twitter, and every time you changed slides, all the words on your slide were sent as a tweet? How cool is that?
The great news is that Effective Virtual Meetings: Seven Ways to Boost Your Virtual Meeting IQ is that it was interactive and there were a ton of questions. The bad news is that when there are 500 people in the audience, you can’t get to them all.
How is text-based Q&A superior to opening up phone lines for larger audiences? Let me count the ways.