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Practice Makes Perfect with Web Conferences

Before your first or hundredth web conference remember the tried and true rule: practice makes perfect.

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Practice logging on to the webconference service as Host. On the day of your presentation you’ll be nervous, likely distracted with the usual fires to put out. You don’t want to be unfamiliar with the simple login steps, and then arrive at your important presentation frazzled, frenzied and frustrated.

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Practice uploading your presentation documents before you’re live in a presentation. Ideally, you’ll arrive prior to its start with enough time to upload your documents needed before any guests arrive.

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Practice moving through your presentation documents before your live presentation.

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Practice with any features that offer real-time collaboration: chat or polling, to name a few.

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Practice making a guest into a host, with all the controls, prior to doing this in a real-time presentation. It’s simple; it’s easy. But…nervous hosts can often forget.

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Practice, so you’re not nervous.

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Practice makes perfect.

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July 23, 2007 in Conference Calling Tips | Permalink

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