Webinar


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Webinar

A seminar conducted online. For example, one may conduct a business meeting, a college class or any number of other discussions via webinar using various video chat technologies. Webinars have become more common due to increasingly reliable technology and the expense of traveling to in-person meetings. The term is formed from the combination of "Web" and "seminar."
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Decide whether you want this webinar to be interactive, with participants asking questions or completing mid-webinar polls, and whether you want to incorporate video into your webinar.
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Two to three months before: Choose webinar software, location and logistics; finalize time, date, presenter, assistants and marketing team.
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