Yes, you read that right. As a special incentive to attend my upcoming March 8 instructional webinar with Adobe, we'll be giving away one hour of webinar consulting time to a lucky attendee. You can use your hour to get speaker coaching, review your event materials, critique a rehearsal or live event, or set up a plan of attack for producing a new webinar.
The March 8 webinar itself is completely free. It will last for one hour, beginning at 10am Pacific time, 1pm Eastern time. If you live in another time zone and want to get your local equivalent, you can use TimeAndDate.com.
I'll be covering a complete six-step approach to making your webinars more effective. I cover everything from initial planning, through the mechanics of production and promotion, to delivery and followup. There is information for people who work behind the scenes setting up and administering webinars, as well as tips and tricks for people who present the webinar online.
This is being put on through the good graces of Adobe and showcases their Acrobat Connect web conferencing product. You can listen over your choice of a telephone connection or your computer speakers. The platform easily supports both Windows and Macintosh operating systems (as well as most Linux systems that have a good Flash implementation).
To register for the March 8 webinar and get in the running for the free hour of consulting, go to www.effectivewebinars.com. Good luck!
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