When it comes to webinars, sometimes the smallest mistake can make the difference between an awesome event and an epic fail.
Remember that webinar where the speaker was presenting from a smartphone and the battery ran out? Or the one where someone accidentally hit “stop recording” in the middle of the event?
One small mistake can turn a great webinar into a total disaster.
ON24, a platform that has been a force behind the “always-on” marketing economy, is getting ready to host an informative webinar on the ‘10 Common Webinar Mistakes’ and how to avoid them.
You’ll learn tips and best practice to make sure that your webinars are always a success, including:
- Getting audience engagement right
- Tech tips to guarantee success
- Presentation dos and don’ts
- Secrets to finding your best leads, and
- Special edition working from home webinar tips.
The webinar will be hosted on 3 December by Tim Johnston (pictured above), the marketing director for ON24.
Tim is responsible for demand generation across Asia Pacific and Japan, with a career as a marketer that has spanned finance, technology, and lifestyle industries.
He has brought his marketing expertise to leading brands like Adobe, Westpac, Michelle Bridges 12-Week Body Transformation, and now ON24.
“As someone who hosts as many as five webinars a month (I need sleep), I have seen just about everything that can possibly happen—the good, the bad and the unlucky,” Tim said.
“And, I have learned that it’s usually the little things that can determine success or failure.”
Don’t let simple mistakes ruin your best webinars. You can register now, right here.
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