Best Practices for Virtual Event Speakers

The growing popularity of virtual events has forced many marketers and communicators to develop new skills and checklists. 

Dana Miller

Thursday, July 2, 2020

The growing popularity of virtual events has forced many marketers and communicators to develop new skills and checklists. 

When planning a virtual event, it’s important to consider audience acquisitionmonetization possibilities and engagement. But much of that engagement comes by way of the people who are the face of your event: the speakers. Good speakers can literally make or break an event experience.

This presents a question: how can a remote presenter resonate with an audience as effectively as an in-person presenter? And if you’re a presenter used to speaking in front of live crowds of people, delivering a message to a remote audience might feel awkward and unnatural (to say the least). 

In the latest episode of In the Know, I’ve outlined several best practices you can adopt as a virtual event speaker. These tips and tricks will help build your confidence as a remote presenter and give you the tools necessary to resonate on screen and engage audiences!

Read the full article and watch the episode by clicking here