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by Roger Courville posted in Case Studies, Content, Delivery, Expert Interviews, gotowebinar, NCADV, Online vs. Offline, panel discussions, Strategy, Tools and Tips, webinars

How can non-profits create more value with webinar panel discussions? Interview with Sheba McCants, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Sheba McCants is the Outreach Programs Manager at National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ncadv.org). Among the many things she juggles, she has recently taken their monthly webinars to the next level by implementing panel discussions.


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by Roger Courville posted in EventBuilder Gateway for Skype, Strategy, Tools and Tips

8+ ideas for getting the most out of source tracking in webinars, webcasts, and virtual classes

In part one of this two-part post about source tracking we looked at the who, why, what, and a little bit of how to understand where your webinar registrants came from.


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by Roger Courville posted in Presentation Planning, Strategy, Tools and Tips

“How did you hear about us?” A primer on source tracking in webinar programs

Imagine looking out at an in-room room full of people and wondering, “Who’s out there and how’d they get here?” Great question! And answering it would take both planning and effort.


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by Roger Courville posted in Business, Observation Deck, Presentation Delivery, Strategy

Corporate evangelism: 7 reasons why webinars are the perfect tool

Webinars – live, real-time, do-it-without-a-net webinars – are hands down the best medium for any corporate evangelism program. Let’s get right to it.


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by Roger Courville posted in Presentation Delivery, Strategy, Tools and Tips

How to host an unconference-style un-webinar


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by Roger Courville posted in Business, Strategy

How to decide if you should outsource webinar production or program management

Organizations tend to get professional services assistance for one of two reasons: they can’t do something or they don’t want to. There are variations of those, of course (such as “we want a backup plan”).


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by Roger Courville posted in Business, Strategy

9 global trends and how you might rethink your webinar program strategy

Are you leaving money on the table because your webinars are still partying like it’s 1999?


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by Roger Courville posted in Strategy

Webinars in a holiday season? 7 things to think about

The virtual events business is seasonal like the traditional events business — there tend to be fewer of them. This might spell opportunity for you.


by Roger Courville posted in Observation Deck, Strategy

The relationship of engagement and technology in #webinars, webcasts, and virtual classes

“How do I engage an audience that I can’t see?” 


by Roger Courville posted in Design, Strategy

Is there any type of training that does NOT belong in #vILT?

Yesterday a group of training practitioners gathered to talk about virtual instructor led training, and the question was posed, “What doesn’t belong in a virtual classroom?” I had the privilege of being an observer of the discussion.


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