In a recent webinar, Shelly H. asked, "How much time should you leave for Q&A session at the end of a webinar?"
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.
The bumper sticker was something like "Spontenaity Happens." It's like a life maxim... it's part of our human experience.
How is text-based Q&A superior to opening up phone lines for larger audiences? Let me count the ways.