Engaging your Online Viewers
For most, the success of any online event depends on the engagement experienced by virtual attendees. How did they find the overall experience? Did they pay attention the entire time or did they feel somewhat disconnected?
While each and every audience is different, it’s important to understand which interactive features are available and how they can be incorporated into your Hybrid Event.
PowerPoint Presentations: Slides can be shown beside a camera feed for information sessions or can be placed around the feed for a ‘picture in picture’ effect.
Q&A Chat Box: Questions are submitted via the chat box and the facilitator/presenter can then read them via a tablet and respond
Documents Folder: Upload links to PDFs, slides and websites to the live Documents Folder. This will allow online participants to download materials relevant to the presentation.
Polling: Ask for, receive and share feedback in a live environment. Polling allows those online to play a part in the overall experience.
Live Video: Video clips can be played in-between presentations to increase the feeling of ‘really being there’. These also provide great options for Sponsors to showcase their products and support