When I first started giving webinars, Skype was the only option. I needed to figure out how not to bore my audience while they stared at my face for over an hour… Webinars today are so much more exciting than the webinars of the past. Though I often see that the presenters utilize same old strategies they did 10 years ago; and I find that there are just not as many “webinar superstars” out there yet. Continue reading
Think about the last presentation you observed online. We often learn that to create a good presentation we need to use powerpoint and to come up with 5-6 bullet-points per slide. While the clearly-marked points may have helped guide the presenter, they may not have engaged the listeners, who can easily “zone out” and forget material if it is presented in a monotonous way. Perhaps you suffered from the “Death by bullet points” syndrome: bullets made the presentation boring and did not capture the attention of the audience. So how do you create a “Wow!” factor for your online presentations?
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