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To create a successful webinar, there are certain practices you should incorporate into each of your webinars. Sometimes just having a to-do list can help you get organized and produce a better event, ...

To create a successful webinar, there are certain practices you should incorporate into each of your webinars. Sometimes just having a to-do list can help you get organized and produce a better event, so this paper is your to-do list. Inside you'll find 3 must-dos for before, during and after your webinar.

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    • Webinar strategies Solutions Brief3 things to dobefore, duringand after awebinarA step-by-step guide for new andseasoned webinar producersgotowebinar.com
    • Webinar strategies Solutions Brief 2To get the most out of your webinar program, thereare a few things you can do to make sure yourwebinars are always engaging, valuable and effective.This brief outlines three to-dos at each step of thewebinar process — before during and after. It’sdesigned for you to keep on your desk for referenceduring production.Before your webinar1. Practice. It’s a good idea to run through your webinar presentation with your speakers and moderator before the live event. Use this time to review the presentation, practice transitions and make changes as needed. GoToWebinar automatically offers pre-webinar practice sessions, but if you’re going to practice a few times, you can use the Schedule Similar Webinar feature and add “rehearsal” or “dry run” to the title for clarity.2. Create a #hashtag. Using the Twitter backchannel can be a great way to get your attendees engaged in a discussion before the event. Choose a hashtag that’s easy to remember, not already in use and relevant to your topic. Hashtags are not case sensitive, but users will often use acronyms in caps. Do not use spaces in your You have audio options with GoToWebinar. hashtags. Most importantly, use the hashtag prior to the event to promote or Choose from local, toll- share resources — that way there are relevant results when people search for it. free and international phone numbers3. Ask questions. in addition to VoIP If you want to have a lively event, get the conversation started early. Pose so your attendees can join however is questions to your registrants on the registration page. Ask them about their most convenient for most pressing challenges and what they are looking to get out of the webinar. them. Learn more. Their valuable answers will help you customize your content to their needs and ensure better attendee satisfaction.During your webinar1. Join the session early. Moderators and speakers should join the session a half-hour early for a pre-event discussion. Use this time to conduct sound checks, go over the flow of the event and answer any last-minute questions. When you press Start, everyone should be prepped for a great event.gotowebinar.com
    • Webinar strategies Solutions Brief 32. Record. Whether you plan to promote the recording for attendees that could not make it or just to have on hand for reference later, you should always record your webinars. Consider adding a second Organizer computer to the session to record as a backup. This way, if one of the organizers experiences a bad connection, there is a second copy of the recording for you to fall back on. Adding a bit of redundancy ahead of time can prevent huge headaches later when dealing with technology.3. Post polls. There are a lot of suggestions in the industry about utilizing polls, including counting the minutes between polls or evenly distributing them through the content. But webinars aren’t always about being methodical. Relevance and spontaneity make for great events, so focus on the relevance of the polling question to the webinar content. Keep polls brief — about 1 minute. Speak to the poll while it’s open, then share the results and transition back to the content.After your webinar1. Launch the post-event survey. Post-event surveys help you determine if your event was successful. You can use the survey to ask attendees if they want to be contacted for further information, or to ask them what other topics they are interested in. The surveys are entirely customizable, so spend some time thinking about what feedback you want most from your attendees before you create the survey.2. Post link to recording. Since you recorded your event, you now have a great piece of content to share with registrants that missed the event or any other interested group. Sharing the recording grants your webinar a longer shelf life. Marketers may choose to post the event to their social channels, while human resources professionals may post the link to the recording on their intranet or internal social channels. Either way, the recording of the event will keep the content alive.3. Follow up. The last item on your to do list is to follow up with attendees. After you’ve reviewed the Attendee Report to figure out who warrants follow up first, plan your follow up offering for each group of people. Send the link of the recording to all webinar registrants. Send more specific information to the people who either asked for it or showed behavior that implied they were interested. Take the time to customize your follow-up messages by reviewing questions asked or answers provided from each attendee to find out what most interests them.gotowebinar.com
    • Webinar strategies Solutions Brief 4 Resources for achieving business agility For more white papers, case studies and on-demand webinars, visit news.citrixonline.com/resources. For best practices, company announcements and research about modern work styles, please visit the GoTo Blog at blog.citrixonline.com. North America Europe, Middle East & Africa Asia Pacific Citrix Online, LLC Citrix Online, UK Ltd Citrix Online, AUS Pty Ltd 7414 Hollister Avenue Chalfont Park House Level 3, 1 Julius Avenue Goleta, CA 93117 Chalfont Park, Gerrards Cross Riverside Corporate Park U.S.A. Bucks SL9 0DZ North Ryde NSW 2113 T +1 805 690 6400 United Kingdom Australia info@citrixonline.com T +44 (0) 800 011 2120 T +61 2 8870 0870 europe@citrixonline.com asiapac@citrixonline.com About Citrix Citrix is transforming how people, businesses and IT work and collaborate in the cloud era. Its portfolio of GoTo cloud services enable people to work from anywhere with anyone by providing simple-to-use cloud-based collaboration, remote access and IT support solutions for every type of business. Learn more at www.citrix.com and www.citrixonline.com. © 2012 Citrix Online, LLC. All rights reserved. Citrix, GoToAssist, GoToMeeting, GoToMyPC, GoToTraining, GoToWebinar, Podio and ShareFile are trademarks of Citrix Systems, Inc., or a subsidiary thereof, and are or may be registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.9.25.12/B-86664/PDF gotowebinar.com