To build and configure yourdigital event, there are three common service models:
In the full-service model, your platform provider handles the end-to-end configuration and production of your event. The provider shares a timeline, which includes “due dates” for a set of deliverables related to your digital event.
If there’s one thing I want you to remember after reading this post, it’s this: presenting “virtually” is so much different than presenting in person. When you present a webinar, you never see a single face. You can’t read body language. You never hear laughter or applause. For some, this lack of feedback can be a challenge. Hopefully, these five tips will help you in your next webinar.
Last week, I had the honor of speaking at PCMA Convening Leaders andVirtual Edge Summit in San Diego, California. I spoke not once, not twice, but FOUR times! Having chosen to deliver most of my presentations online, it was invigorating to be delivering in front of a live physical audience. It was also empowering to know that I was connecting beyond the four walls of the convention center to an extended audience via the digital extension that PCMA and Virtual Edge hosted for a global audience.