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Basic Etiquette for Webinars...

Whether you’re a presenter, co-host or attendee, it’s imperative that you use basic etiquette for webinars. Let’s go over some etiquette for each category.


* Be Prepared – Practice using the software in advance so that you know that everything works well. Also, create a presentation using something like PowerPoint, or at the very least make a list of the points you want to cover. This ensures that you can stick to your timeline and not miss any of your points. Always test your hardware, speakers, and mics and so forth in advance too. Ensure that your room is quiet without outside distractions that will keep you from being able to do a good job.


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* Offer Tech Support – Explain in emails the technical aspects of attending the webinar, including computer requirements and where they can get help if needed. Remember that not everyone understands how to use webinar software, and this may be something new for them. Offer as much help as you can.

* Make Eye Contact – This may seem impossible due to the nature of webinars, but it’s not. In many cases when you’re being filmed, they say not to look directly at the camera. But in this case, you want to look at your camera at least occasionally, if not most of the time. That will be how you make eye contact with your audience during a webinar. It can be very distracting to the audience if your eyes look closed due to reading your notes too much.

* Remember Your Body Language – Even during a webinar, it’s important that you have good body language. You want to demonstrate your openness and honesty. Aside from making eye contact, that would include standing up or sitting up straight, using hand gestures carefully and not hunching over your desk.

* Stick to Your Timetable – You want to start on time and end on time to show respect for your audience, as well as to honor your own time constraints. People really do appreciate it when a presenter sticks to the timetable.


10 PLR Webinars Articles:


  1. Basic Etiquette for Webinars

  2. Benefits of Having an Open Mic Q & A Session

  3. Do's and Don'ts of Selling Your Products during Your Webinar

  4. How Long Is Too Long for a Webinar?

  5. How to Keep Your Guest Speaker (and Yourself) On Track

  6. How to Make Your Audience Love Your Live Events and Come Back for More

  7. Support Personnel You Need on Standby

  8. Tips for Recruiting Speakers for Your Webinar

  9. Tips to Create a Compelling Webinar Agenda

  10. Using Chat Effectively during Your Webinar



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