8 Ways to Leverage Your Online Presentations after the Event

by Erica St. Angel on September 16, 2010

I was excited to present this webinar even before I attended Event Camp Twin Cities (#ectc10 | #eventprofs), but with the new energy and ideas exploding out of that group - now I can't wait.

As always, our best practices webinars are free! Going live Tuesday, September 21 at 1:00 p.m. CDT, you just need to register here to join us.

8 Ways to Leverage Your Online Presentations after the Event

Ah, the day after. With the conference behind you and kudos pouring in, it is tempting to simply archive the old website and turn your attention to next year. But wait.

Whether you webcasted live to a virtual audience or captured just a few keynotes for attendees to watch on-demand, there's gold in that online catalog of multimedia presentations. Before you close the book on "Your Event 2010," consider taking a fresh look at the content that was a year in the making.

Tune in for this 30 minute webcast as Erica St. Angel gives you a cheat sheet for turning your once a year event into a 365-day online resource. She'll share eight ways and more than two dozen stealable, ready-to-implement ideas to help you:

  • Use session webcasts to drive traffic to your website
  • Generate new revenue streams by bundling webcasts with other offerings
  • Harness existing and new communication tools, including social media, to build your database
  • Mine online presentations for content that keeps you relevant and attracts new and return visitors
  • And ultimately get more people to register for "Your Event 2011"

In addition to our regularly scheduled programming, I'll give a quick hit list of the new tactics generated at Event Camp, and point attendees to ongoing collaborative spaces where you can continue to contribute (and vote) on the ideas.

Hope to see you online - here's that link again to register.



I missed this session....as I miscalculated my timezone to participate. I am so disappointed. Is there another date/time scheduled for this discussion; or, is there a recorded session I could access?

Look forward to hearing from you.

Regards -

Amber Thompson

Hi Amber - yes! There's always a recorded session available. Whenever we go live we also archive the webinar so people can watch on-demand in case of a conflict, or to share info with colleagues. You should have received an email with the on-demand webcast link (hint: it is the same as the one you received in the confirmation email). But in case you didn't, you can also access the presentation here: http://sofo.com/614db.

Thanks for joining us on-demand!

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