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The Science of Webinars

  1. The Science of WebinarsEngineering Amazing Virtual Presentations. Dan Zarrella Social Media Scientist
  2. #WebinarSci
  3. http://bit.ly/webinarsci
  4. There are no small parts,only small actors.-Konstantin Stanislavsky
  5. Takeaway:The webinar experiencebegins at promotion.
  6. Virtual vs Reality
  7. Boredom
  8. Distractions
  9. Takeaway:Be animated. Pace, gesture,and speak dramatically.
  10. Sharing
  11. Novelty
  12. Relevance
  13. Frame everything you say and show interms of your audience’s point of viewand needs.-Laura Fitton
  14. News
  15. The Presenter
  16. Takeaway:Make youraudience like you.
  17. People There
  18. Reputation
  19. Make this worth it for the audience.They talk when they see that theresults of such conversation willbenefit them.-Chris Brogan
  20. People Not There Ed Yourdon
  21. Pithiness
  22. Takeaway:Make sure your soundbitesmake sense out of context.
  23. Utility
  24. Note Taking
  25. Negativity
  26. Trying to Focus
  27. I think that the BEST presentationsactually are so engrossing that peopleforget to Twitter while the presentationis happening.-Nancy Duarte
  28. Humor
  29. The #FBSCiWebinar
  30. PresentationDesign
  31. One Thought Per Slide
  32. No Bullets
  33. 8 Point 10 Point 12 Point 14 Point 16 Point 18 Point 20 Point 22 Point 24 Point 26 Point 28 PointThe 30 Point Rule
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  35. Strong Imagery
  36. Key Findings
  37. Takeaways
  38. Expectations
  39. Novelty
  40. Takeaway:Say something youraudience has never heard.
  41. Compliance
  42. Ask them to do so. “If you seesomething you like, feel free tweetabout it. I’d love the feedback anddiscussion.”-Brett Tabke
  43. Ingratiation
  44. Evangelism
  45. Takeaway:Use us-vs.-them
  46. Pauses
  47. Takeaway:Give your audiencetime to Tweet
  48. Using SlideShare
  49. Takeaway:Longer decks do betteron slideshare.
  50. Calls to Action
  51. Thank you!
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