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Five Webinar Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make

- March 27, 2012 - 0 Comments

And what to do to avoid them!

A well-run webinar increases leads, adds value to your brand, and educates and informs your audience. A poorly run webinar can make your company look foolish and unprofessional. It’s a high-profile opportunity to shine and we want to make sure you do everything you can to succeed.

Watch the webinar now!

In this 20 minute on-demand WebEx, industry insider Sharon Burton discusses five common mistakes people make when giving a webinar. Learn what those mistakes are and how to avoid them. She includes a powerful tip that is exclusive to WebEx users.

About Sharon Burton

Sharon is a nationally recognized expert, public speaker, and instructor in the field of business and technical communication. With 20 years of experience, she has consulted with companies large and small, including Pitney Bowes, Royal and Hewlett Packard, to improve their product documentation and documentation workflow. Most recently, she is using her experience in helping companies develop excellent webinar series.

We have a lot of webinars recorded on WebEx Channels. And you can post your recorded webinar there too! Come take a look at the library for ideas, tips or to learn something new.

This blog is one in a series. Here’s the list of all the related posts:

Intro: Using Webinars to Build Your Business
Part 1: Top Reasons Why Using Webinars is Good for Business
Part 2: Five Webinar Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make
Part 3: Using Webinars: Great Examples from Those Doing it Well

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