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Awesome VoiceVoice News + Updates on November

Coming Soon: the launch of the all-new VoiceVoice platform, technology for conversations
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News from our product, engineering and QA teams is that we now have a demo-able VoiceVoice platform!

So we gave our very first live demo of the brand-new platform yesterday (first time ever showing it to a prospect, who said the “organic, exponential power is amazing!”), and hoping to be selling it based on those demos ASAP. 

I can’t express how excited I am to start getting feedback on the real product!

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How to Evaluate & Analyze Any Webinar Software

How to find webinar software that doesn't suck
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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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7 Creative Ways To Make Your Next Webinar Engaging & Memorable

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I’ve attended too many webinars to ever give a precise count. Like anything else, there were those that were engaging and interesting and there were, of course, others that were rather boring, predictable and even suspicious.

First, let’s go over the typical flow of most webinars. To make things interesting, we’ll start at the very top:

  1. Sensational ads are plastered over social media and other platforms promoting the event.
  2. As the day of the event inches closer, visions of grandeur are promised. Ads are shown more frequently with increasingly aggressive reminders.
  3. As the event starts, unbelievable promises are made.
  4. During the event, the host imparts information that seems to be leading up to something.
  5. Closer to the end you see how the tips/techniques were actually part of a larger, more important, limited product that you can get at a “ridiculous bargain.”

Bottom line: most webinars are done for the obvious and single purpose of selling a product. In general, this approach tends to lead to suspicion and low engagement with participants.

Delivering an engaging, dynamic webinar that captivates your audience is not easy. However, if you think creatively, you can distinguish yourself as an authority and present webinars that captivate and enthrall.  

Here Are 7 Techniques To Create Engaging, Impactful Webinar

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