12 Etiquette Methods For Webinars

Decide how you will present: There are a few different ways to present such as a PowerPoint or Keynote presentation, an actual demo (for example a demo of a piece of software) or a video presentation.

12. Start on time and keep it on schedule: Respect peoples time. If the presentation is suppose to at a certain time, then start it at that time. Try to end your webinar on time unless you are getting a lot of engagement from the attendees, then keep going as long as you have to.

You want to keep things simple, and you want to lead your lead into wanting to be a part of your business (as opposed to showing your business down their throat). So how do you do this? What does it mean to lead them?

We do not have to look far to see and know where the smartest form of leverage is in changing our lifestyle. The Internet is the smartest form available here and now!

I currently have several novels in the works and I’m also in the process of writing a health book for middle/high school aged children. I recently finished the production of an 8 Webinar Jeo entitled the “Words of Wisdom WOW Series” by SeanDon. I’m currently presenting the WOW series to local busineses, schools, churches and other groups. The series will ultimately be video recorded and available for world-wide download online. I’m also working on producing an interactive online coaching system for the future.

16. Optional: If this is going to be a recurring webinar, you might want to add polls to see what people thought, get feedback and see how you can make the presentation better. Tweak the presentation and represent.

Believe it or not, your choice of hotel or the food that is served does not play a major role in the repeat-business decision. They will come back if they expect to receive something of value.