Great presenters get feedback from other advanced presenters to work on the subtleties of their presentations. When was the last time you worked on refining your virtual presentation skills? You’ll get refinements in the eSpeakers’ Virtual Master Presenter live virtual course and designation facilitated by me. It starts on February 6, 2023. Register: bit.ly/es-vmp
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We’ve all had to adapt to new ways of doing things this year. And for many of us, that includes how we run events! Today, more events are taking place virtually than ever before. That’s why we knew it was time to share our virtual event best practices with you today!
5 Virtual Event Best Practices You Can’t Miss
It’s going to take a long time (if ever!) for events to go back to how they used to be.
So it’s a good idea to get on board with these virtual event best practices now and make the most of them! Let’s get started.
The virtual space is currently booming and virtual events are now more popular than ever. With that, event speakers who have mastered the art of delivering in-person presentations now have to adjust. How do you become a great virtual event speaker and what adjustments can you make to keep your audiences’ interest?
How to be a great virtual event speaker
We’re here to give you our best tips for how to be a great virtual event speaker so you can deliver compelling content and a presentation to be remembered.
If you’re planning an event you might benefit from our social media marketing event strategy tips.
If it feels like everywhere you turn, you see an invite to a virtual event or an ad for an upcoming virtual gathering, you’re not wrong! These remote events are more popular than ever as we adapt to a whole new way of living and working in 2020. But how can you make YOUR virtual event stand out from the crowd and get the higher virtual attendance you’ve been hoping for?
Today, we’re going to tell you how!
In-person events used to rule industries of all kinds as there’s nothing quite like face to face interaction in creating relationships and connections. Now that things have forever changed, virtual events are taking the lead. So how exactly do you make your virtual event stand out?
There are hundreds of virtual events taking place, and they’re all doing everything they can to grab the attention of their target audiences.
While virtual events are becoming more and more saturated, the great thing is that they are mostly uncharted waters. There’s plenty of opportunities to get creative and create a memorable and exciting experience for those who attend your virtual events.
If you need to move an event online at the last minute, you can check out our tips for doing so here.
So you’ve been asked to moderate a virtual event. Great!
Do you know what to do next?
There are so many benefits to moderating a virtual event, from endless networking opportunities to the social media oomph, to the elevated exposure. It’s a chance to really put your best face forward and show the world (or a limited audience) what you’re really made of.
So jumped at the opportunity—good for you.
Here’s a rundown of what a virtual event moderator does, and a few tips to do the best job you can possibly do.
If you’re like every other event planner in the world right now, you’re scrambling to think of more and better virtual event ideas every day. Online event hosting has become the new normal, whether you were ready for it or not—COVID-19 has turned the events industry (along with pretty much every other industry in the world) on its head. So where have you landed?
Event planning is a competitive business. And every busy event planner knows, you have to stay ahead of the curve to keep landing those contracts. You are expected to knock every event out of the park with innovative new ideas and impressive results. And to do it all with lower and lower budgets.
Do you know how to promote your virtual event? There are a few things that you have to do to make sure you draw the right audience. Here are nine of them.
How to promote your virtual event
If you’re like a lot of us in the event planning industry, you’ve had to do a lot of hustling in the last few months to quickly recalibrate your business model. You’ve had to remake yourself into a virtual event planner fast because if you didn’t you would sink. You’ve been learning new skills on the fly, and if you’ve been successful, you’ve been able to shift an existing event online or even launch some new ones.
So you’re a speaker, and COVD-19 has left you scrambling to shift your business online. So how do you increase your online presence?
As a speaker, you know that online presence is important. But now that people are conducting most of their business online, it’s more important than ever to have an online presence that packs a punch. In fact, an effective online presence is vital.
There has always been a lot of competition online—now more than ever. As a speaker, there’s a lot of pressure to get yourself out there and really “sell yourself” online.
Being certified is a great way to let customers know you’re a great virtual speaker. We offer a certification at eSpeakers….check it out here.
If your business model has been based on live presentations, you may be new to online presenting. All this online marketing stuff might be a bit intimidating. So we’ve put together this list of key points you should keep in mind as you’re building your new online presence. These ideas can help demystify the process of moving online and will help you feel confident selling yourself as a virtual presenter!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Certified Virtual Presenters Now Available
Salt Lake City, UT — May 12, 2020 — The shift to online meetings brought on by Covid-19 has highlighted the urgent need for event organizers to find speakers who deliver their content remotely. Many of the old sources for keynoters and trainers do not give any indication of a presenter’s online ability via Zoom, WebEx, etc.
To assist their friends in the event organization business, eSpeakers announces the Virtual Presenter certification. This certification is a basic test of a presenter’s equipment, environment, and skill using remote presentation tools like Zoom, WebEx, etc.