In this final installment of Xyvid, Inc.’s three-part blog series on successful webcast presentations, you will find the remaining tips for conducting a successful webcast event. We believe the combination of details offered in this series will assist your team in providing an outstanding event that delivers the desired outcomes.
- Provide a great user experience: Monitor the user’s experience throughout the event and be prepared to troubleshoot a bad connection before it can impact the viewer’s live participation. Ensure that a support team is available to quickly regain focus on content if a technical issue should arise. Proactively audit connections to ensure the best quality video and highest level of satisfaction for the client and audience.
Provide your registrants with a valuable outreach and retention tool about an hour before the event – a log-in reminder. Don’t lose momentum with attendees on event day. Contact them with instructions to easily access your program.
- Exceed expectations: Deliver more than the client and users expect! On the heels of your successful virtual event, provide strong follow-up content that will enable you to continue the conversations. Also consider integrating your event participants into a social media group. Determine the successful elements from your recently completed event that will benefit future meetings and experiences.
Xyvid, Inc. delivers precision broadcasting for the web. For our clients, we provide a high-resolution, internet-based broadcast platform as an affordable substitute to high-priced satellite broadcasting, without sacrificing any of the visual quality of the broadcast. For our viewers, we provide a dynamic, interactive and engaging virtual event experience that is proactively monitored to constantly meet our own performance standards and exceed viewer expectations.