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9 Tips for Highly Interactive Teleseminars and Webinars

9 Tips for Highly Interactive Teleseminars and Webinars
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Eight or nine years ago, I gave up teaching teleseminars. People talking over each other, me as a talking head. Yuck.

In 2012 I won the Silver Stevie Award for Best New Product or Service – Media for my teleseminar-based Bring Your Book to Life® Program.

You may ask, what changed? Why did I return to teaching teleseminars and how did I go from yucky to lucky? The answer may not be surprising—MaestroConference.

When I attended my first MaestroConference seminar with Morgana Rae, I was hooked. Not only did the interactivity convince me to sign up as a client with Morgana, it had me completely rethink teleseminars—and re-invite them into my business in a big way.

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How to Evaluate & Analyze Any Webinar Software

How to find webinar software that doesn't suck
Reading Time: 10 minutes

At MaestroConference, we’ve seen thousands of customers aiming for specific results with their webinars. There are multiple webinar options available, so the goal of this post is to help you, our readers, navigate them and find the webinar platform that will create the optimal results for your organization.

Please note, we had originally shared this information via a downloadable whitepaper (which is still available online here if you prefer the PDF version), but we want to make sure our blog subscribers, many of whom may have never visited our company website, are able to benefit from this deep dive into webinar software.

With that said, the following ideas will be addressed in this lengthy post:

  • Results that webinar hosts are seeking
  • Key metrics for webinar programs
  • Successfully evaluating a webinar provider
  • Engaging participants during the event
  • Driving actions and achieving desired results
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