The live webinar should land on the ash heap of history.
Have you ever had audio problems? Loss of video? Who hasn’t? Why are their so few live shows on TV?
The webinar experts at Avitage are right. Recorded webinars are the way to go. Jim Burns, CEO of Avitage told me that in the last 10 years, he’s done a live webinar only once – last week – and it was a disaster.
Deliver the webinar to no audience and record it. When the time comes to start, simply press Play. When it ends, do the Q&A session live. The result will be a flawless webinar every time.
- No audio problems.
- No speaker delays.
- No problem.
Your audience will thank you (except they will never know what you did.) And if you need help with your webinars, contact the pros at Avitage.
What do you think? Do you deliver recorded webinars? Do you plan to try it? We love your comments and sharing.
P.S. We just did a live webinar entitled “Stop Marketing in the Dark” sponsored by Act-On Software. While they wanted to record it and play it on demand, they were unable to find out how to do it in Cisco Webex.