Someone taps you on the shoulder and says, “We scheduled a Webinar to show off the important technology the company has developed. And since you know it better than anyone else, we decided that you are the one who should be in front of the camera.”

Lucky you.

Many people would rather visit the dentist or pay taxes than speak publicly. They might even prefer to pay the dentist’s taxes than stand up in front of a crowd. Perhaps this fear of public embarrassment is why so many business professionals are nervous about hosting a Webinar.

Read the full story on networkworld.com…

How to Give a Webinar (and Not Look Like an Idiot)
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One thought on “How to Give a Webinar (and Not Look Like an Idiot)

  • November 25, 2010 at 13:09

    No. But on rare occasions I’ll update a post by having a comment, as opposed to amending the post itself…but it’d be as my own , personal profile.


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