Posts Tagged ‘webinars’

Measuring Social Media (and some webinar best practices!)

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

I sign up for webinars frequently (I’m an easy mark for those “free webinar” offers – they’re making a bundle on me!) Often I don’t actually *attend* the webinar I signed up for (which webinar providers will tell you is common among free registrants…), but I do often save and view later so I can “speed through” at my leisure *or* listen while I’m doing something else.

Today, though, I actually signed on to listen to a webinar and paid attention to *most* of it and found much of the info very, very helpful. One image in particular that (more…)

Business Development Through Speaking

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Have you ever attended a seminar, webinar or other presentation where you felt “tricked” into listening to what could best be described as a “sales presentation”? Haven’t we all… As a marketing/communication consultant I often do speaking engagements both “live” and via webinar. And, over the years, I’ve attended a lot of these presentations. While I do think that these types of activities can be good for business development, it’s best approached as a long-term approach and not a “quick sell.” (more…)

Webinars – Best Practices for Training

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Webinars can be a very cost effective way to train staff in one or many locations. In today’s economy they can ensure that critical training needs are met within budget constraints. A Gartner Research report from July 2009 indicates thatinterest is at an all-time high. (more…)