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The Virtual Presenter's Handbook Paperback – July 28, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
The only drawback, is the book isn't a visually pleasing as Roger's webinars are. However, it does follow the format - introduce, explain, and key take-away. I guess I would have liked the little cliparts to draw my attention better. Oh way, Roger covered that - Don't Date Yourself.
This book is the HOW; with myriad details about the nuts and bolts of designing and producing a dynamic presentation while managing the powerful potential (and risks) of online tools.
Roger gives you definitive instruction, honed from extensive experience (and the occasional misstep), including:
* Beginning and ending a webinar effectively
* Addressing the expectations of the audience
* Dealing with the technical issues of a remote audience
* Delivering your message to keep participants focused and engaged
* Designing slides effectively
* Having a great moderator
* Managing Q&A from the audience
* Evaluating pros and cons of interactive webinar tools
* Using interactive tools effectively
* Identifying and mitigating the risks of online presentations (and there ARE risks!)
* Moving ahead when stuff goes wrong. This is important ... because stuff WILL go wrong!
What? You didn't think you needed to know all this to deliver a successful webinar? Well...you do! Conduct one and see.
If you leverage virtual presentations in your business - and I do - the investment in this book is mission critical. (I do believe I paid more to have business cards printed.) Buy it, and save yourself the drama of not getting it right the first time!
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This is not what it was represented to be. I was over charged and my compliant was unresponded to. For the novice.Published on July 5, 2012 by Carden
This was a very straight forward how to book with the added bonus of having any very good ideas incorporated into it. Read morePublished on February 13, 2012 by calebtamar
I purchased this book after reading some rave reviews about the author. I've seen more valuable tips in free blogs.Published on May 26, 2010 by Robin A. Lewis
The economic strife has brought about awareness of the benefits of virtual training (i.e., webinars). Read morePublished on May 3, 2010 by Lee B. Salz
A definite must read for anybody presenting in the virtual space. As a trainer, this has proved a handy resource in conducting web presentations. Read morePublished on March 17, 2010 by Penny Lee