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how to do a webinar without putting your listener into a coma

Also published on building43.com: http://www.building43.com/blogs/2010/02/10/how-to-do-a-webinar-without-putting-your-listener-into-a-coma/

Presenting in front of an audience is tough.  If you have ever noticed good public speakers, it seems like they almost make love to the audience.  In the age of SaaS & social media, webinars have become the standard for delivering information to customers, and like me you probably attended many of them that put you in serious risk of going into a coma.  The difficulty is in the fact that the presenter (you) is not there right in front of the listener and you have no control of what they are doing.  You can’t make love to the audience, you can only have phone sex.  And just like phone sex (so I’ve heard) chances are that if you are boring, the listener is not exactly doing what they say they are doing (they might also look different than they describe, but I digress..)

Here are some tips to delivering online webinars that will keep your listener non-comatose and will increase your success rate: Continue reading

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