Join Sally Norred for an in-depth discussion in this video Concluding the webinar, part of Learning to Run Webinars.
Use the conclusion of your webinar…to reinforce your main points…and to help your attendees take action.…End your webinar no later than promised.…You run the risk of losing a large portion…of your audience if you run past…the scheduled end time.…Include a summary slide…at the end of the content presentation.…This slide can summarize your main points…or lay out the action plan that…your audience should take.…The final slide shown in the webinar…should clearly explain what will happen next.…Include information about the webinar recording,…follow up survey, and any resources or links…that the audience will need.…
This slide should also clearly indicate…that the webinar is at its end.…Here's what a final slide might look like.…Just as a host can introduce the webinar,…you could have the host give a formal verbal…ending to the webinar.…This concluding statement is often called…an extro or an outro…and it adds a professional touch…to your webinar as well as giving…a formal closing to the event.…Write a script for this brief outro…
- What is a webinar?
- Making webinars engaging
- Comparing webinar software, like Adobe Connect and WebEx Event Center
- Selecting topics and presenters
- Creating an agenda
- Scheduling and marketing your webinar
- Using audio and video
- Recording the webinar
- Handling audience Q&A
- Following up with attendees
Skill Level Appropriate for all
PowerPoint 2013 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton3h 18m Appropriate for all
Camtasia Studio 8 Essential Trainingwith Chris Mattia6h 19m Beginner
1. Understanding Webinars
2. Selecting Webinar Software
3. Planning Your Webinar
4. Producing Your Webinar
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