Allow more time for thinking – present data effectively and allow time at the end for thinking and good questions.
Visual Content – using great visuals will capture attention, pull in the audience, and help answer questions, or even spark ideas and questions at the end of the webinar. The framework of visual content is based upon three core areas: Appeal, Comprehension and Retention. Capture the audience and hold their attention for best success. People remember 80% of what they see. 90% of human communication is NONVERBAL. 90% of all information transmitted to our brains is VISUAL. Use polls, surveys, and interactive maps to engage.
Be creative in structuring Q&A – saving time for questions and answers at the end of the webinar will drive topics further and engage the audience.