While much about giving a presentation online is the same as speaking in person, communicating through a webcast or any other form of online meeting is also different because of the nature of the medium.
The second in our series of webinars exploring online presentation skills features Roger Courville, who has been called “the Michael Jordan of online presentations and virtual classes” and “the ultimate content marketing weapon.” He argues too many webinars are boring and still following the boilerplate format established in the 1990s rather than taking full advantage of the medium as it exists today.
Most of the time, though, he’s a just an exceedingly normal guy who speaks, trains, consults, and writes about psychosocial effectiveness when communicating via web/audio/video conferencing (e.g., webinars/web seminars, virtual presentations, webcasts, virtual classrooms).
A veteran of the conferencing industry (since the modem days of 1999), Roger has taught tens of thousands people worldwide, and he’s reached tens of thousands more with writing appearances, interviews, and while sitting in airports. See his full bio at the website of his company, EventBuilder.
In this webinar about webinars, Roger will share some of what he has learned and demonstrate a few essential techniques. (This event is part of a series: see also our January 25 interview with the Geeks on Tour about guerrilla marketing using online video tools).