When creating a live presentation there are a lot of moving parts and it’s easy to overlook certain aspects of your presentation. Here are 10 things most presenters forget when presenting a webcast. You can thank us later!
1. Explain to the audience up front how to use the console
The majority of people have little experience attending webcasts and online events. They aren’t familiar with the different platforms and may not understand all the great interactive features they can use to participate in a presentation. It is important when presenting a webcast to explain how to use the console, point out different areas such as the chat window, the different widgets and where to go for help. Taking a few minutes to familiarize your audience will help everyone to be more engaged. You can have the audience test features by asking them to type in what city they are viewing from in the chat window or what they are hoping to learn in the Q&A window.