I have two new webinars coming up this month with information and tips for web conference hosts and presenters. Each is completely free and completely new.
On February 14, I'll be co-hosting an educational session covering ways to construct effective and compelling PowerPoint presentations for use in web conferences. My guest star and co-host is Cliff Atkinson, author of "Beyond Bullet Points." Cliff has a unique approach to the creative process when designing a slide set. He and I will trade ideas on focusing your content, telling a coherent story, and melding audio and video information successfully. We'll also look at what it takes to get your audience to understand and remember your message.
Adobe is sponsoring this event as part of its "Luminary eSeminar Series" for Sales and Marketing. You'll have a chance to see Adobe Acrobat Connect in action. Registration requires creating or using an existing ID on the Adobe website. It's an extra step the first time you register, but it makes it easy to return and see other events. Click here to go directly to the Adobe event registration page.
One week later, on February 21, I'll give a public repeat of the presentation I gave last week at the iLinc Customer Summit. It's a how-to guide describing ways to make your web events "Better Than Being There." You often hear conferencing vendors talking up the power and advantages of their software, but this presentation goes into details about the steps you need to take and considerations you might not have thought about. If you are trying to justify the use of web conferencing in your organization, this should give you some great ammunition.
iLinc is sponsoring the event because the in-room presentation went over so well with their Summit attendees. Now you have a chance to get the benefits without having to pay for travel or attendance costs! You'll also get to see iLinc's conferencing software in use. You can register on the iLinc website by clicking this link.