Ok, hands up who has ever done any of these things when attending a webinar?
Scanned through your Facebook feed
Logged off due to the dire content
It isn’t surprising when most
webinars are incessantly self-promoting, with the presenter going on and on about their company, where they are based and how esteemed their board of directors are…
Couple that with PowerPoint presentation designs that are devoid of quality, animation and anything resembling a logical story or structure.
Now add in the fact there is no body language to follow from either party.
That’s how most sales pitches feel using an online meeting tool - with absolutely no connection between presenter and audience. What results is a tug of war between an overly enthusiastic presenter and an isolated audience…and nobody wins.
Which is no good for you as a presenter. You somehow need to build a connection with your audience, keeping them engaged, interested and enthused enough to follow your call to action.
How do you do this?
Well, today at 12.30 (UK) Eyeful’s founder (and all-round presentation expert) Simon Morton is delivering a webinar on webinars in…
This is a fantastic opportunity to find out…
How you can use web technology to build trust with prospects and customers
How you can easily create intimacy with your remote audiences through use of an online ‘blended approach’
How to move the online engagement from ‘presentation’ to ‘conversation’
See an example of a webinar presentation created and delivered by a renowned presentation expert