It’s real and legitimate, and we all feel it at some point or another: The fear of technology.
When it comes to webinars, the many technology options can make the process particularly terrifying. What’s my best set-up? What settings do I need? How do I make sure the presentation is recorded?
Have no fear today I’ve got the answers to your webinar technology questions, in the form of two convenient cheat sheets—one for WebinarJam Studio (my platform of choice), the other for GoToWebinar.
Click below to access my new cheat sheets and leave me a comment below about a tip you use to make sure you have a seamless broadcast!
As schools gear up across the States this month, teachers are presumably asking themselves something that is also on the mind of most business owners:
How do I command attention and keep my audience (class) engaged?
If you want to stand out in a crowded content playing field, you need great visuals. In fact, content with relevant images gets 94% more views than content without relevant images.
Consider these other stats:
- 65% of us are visual learners
- 90% of information that comes to the brain is visual
- Presentations with visual aides are 43% more persuasive
And it’s clear: Visuals reign supreme.
I consider myself a planning FREAK. This extends to both my work and home lives—trips for the kids, holidays and more.
This fervor really manifests itself when I am sitting down to plan my content delivery. Over the years I’ve honed my systems for preparing for what I like to call my BIG THREE, and I’m sharing those with you today so you can deliver massive value to your own audiences, every time.