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10 things presenters forget while conducting a webcast

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While conducting a live webcast there are a lot of activities and it’s easy to disdain certain aspects of your presentation. Here are 10 things most presenters forget while presenting a webcast. You can thank us later!

While conducting a live webcast there are a lot of activities and it’s easy to disdain certain aspects of your presentation. Here are 10 things most presenters forget while presenting a webcast. You can thank us later!

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  1. 1. While conducting a live webcast there are a lot of activities and it’s easy to disdain certain aspects of your presentation. Here are 10 things most presenters forget while presenting a webcast. You can thank us later! PRESENTERS FORGET WHILE CONDUCTING A WEBCAST
  2. 2. 1. DEMONSTRATE THE CONSOLE FUNCTIONALITY A large number of people lack little or no experience of attending online events and webcasts. They are not habitual with different webcasting platform and it is highly possible they may not be familiar with the extensive value of the interactive and engaging features they can equip while participating in an online event. It is very essential for a presenter to explain the use of these features and console to the audience with different areas such as widgets, chat windows and so on. To boost audience engagement it is vital to dedicate a few minutes to make them familiarize with the console.
  3. 3. 2. GETTING THE AUDIENCE TO THEIR FINGERTIPS Polling and Surveys are the great features to keep your audience engaged. The audience can be kept engaged by asking multiple choice and open ended questions throughout the webcast. Presenter can even ask the audience to type in their question in Post a Question box which can be answered live by the presenter himself. Keeping the webcast engaging and interactive can create a better relationship between audience and presenter.
  4. 4. 3. TESTING IS VITAL Tests help the presenter understand how much information the audience is retaining. Use testing slides to check the audience’s understanding at the beginning and at the end of the presentation to check if their knowledge and retention has improved. This is a great way to actually test the audience and provide the audience with tangible feedback of the value of the session.
  5. 5. 4. INCLUDE A SHORT VIDEO Audience will lose interest if the screen they are watching is a stagnate screen. As humans we are attracted to visual elements. Including a short informational or topic related video keeps the content interesting and can often grab the audience’s attention and reel them back into the content. Studies have shown, using different types of content and elements keep things interesting for the viewers.
  6. 6. 5. REMIND ATTENDEES TO ASK QUESTIONS DURING WEBCAST It’s highly possible to get lost in the presentation when presenters are concerned about delivering the content and staying within stipulated time. Remember to write a note for yourself to take a break and ask if your audience has any questions. This is a great way to have a two-way conversation and engage the audience.
  7. 7. 6. MAKE OPTIMUM USE OF THE CHAT FEATURE The best way to get the audience to participate here is to ask an open ended question and to comment on the responses by calling out a person and providing some additional insight on what they said. Ask the audience to give their opinion over the chat. Usually presenters neglect to take a glance on the chat without thinking there is a lot of value in what is being shared but the chat function in webcasts is a great tool to get everyone engaged.
  8. 8. 7. GET PERSONAL Announce the name of the person you are answering a question from. Calling out the name of a person who submitted a question you are answering puts a personal touch into your presentation. Getting personal with your audience helps to build your relationships and makes everyone feel like they are a part of the conversation.
  9. 9. 8. HAVE MULTIPLE SPEAKERS Adding some variety to the presentation with additional presenters and speakers and voices can increase your audience base and can add another layer of interest. When one person isn’t on screen talking they can keep the conversation flowing in the group chat making the exchange more interactive and fun. It is interesting to have more than one speaker in your webcast so that it’s not just one person talking for the entire presentation. To add value to your webcast think about adding an additional presenter; it may be a current client to talk through a case study or a partner company that can speak on a specific aspect of your topic.
  10. 10. 9. HAVE REPORTING TO YOUR ADVANTAGE Analyze data and determine what you did well and what you need to improve on. It’s not enough to just conclude your presentation. After the webcast is over it’s important to pull all your data together to help gather insights on how the information was received, how engaged your audience was, and gives you ideas on things to do differently for the next webcast. Have a colleague watch the webcast to give honest feedback. Data is great but a trusted source is equally important.
  11. 11. 10. EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR WEBCAST Active promotion of on-demand webcasts allow additional prospects to watch and learn from your webcast. It can be used to help promote future webcasts and increase your follower base. Some organizations also use such archive webcasts and upload it on their portal for training and development purpose.
  12. 12. THANK YOU!

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