We had a great turnout for our last webinar featuring Ken Molay – How to Put on a Killer Webinar. All 200 seats were filled. If you missed the webinar, couldn’t get in, or just want to see it again, the video is now available. Thanks again to Ken for a great presentation.
10/20/2011 Update: How to Put on a Killer Webinar is now available on-demand
Have you ever wished there was a “how to” guide for hosting a perfect webinar?
If you’ve ever hosted a webinar, or even participated in one, you probably (rather quickly) got the sense that creating a successful and engaging webinar is an art of its own. We know that at least some of you got this feeling, because we here at AnyMeeting have been overwhelmed with questions on how to host a successful webinar.
In response to your concerns, we’re coming to your rescue! Naturally, we’ve gone out and recruited one of the best webinar experts around, Ken Molay, who will present “How To Put On A Killer Webinar” on Tuesday October 18th at 10am PDT. Ken Molay is a business webinar veteran, having been producing and delivering business webinars since 1999. His background in public speaking, stage acting and corporate training has helped him gain insights into how to deliver compelling presentations. He offers consulting services through his company Webinar Success where you can also find a vast amount of web conferencing tips.
Who should sign up and why?
This will be a valuable webinar for anyone that is involved in the planning, managing or presenting of web seminars. It will be very helpful for current webinar users and those that are on the fence and curious about webinars for future use. Ken Molay will help you gain a better understanding, or enlighten you, on how webinars can benefit your organization and why they should be a part of your communication tool box.
You’ll leave the webinar with a step by step instruction guide on how to host a fail proof webinar. The best part about all this is that it’s free. Sound too good to be true? Well, there is a little catch…we only have a limited number of “seats” available, so sign up now!