Digital natives are too familiar with webinars and livestreams, but since the pandemic, millions have flooded the social media platform that even the baby boomers are not spared from the "webinar exposure". Webinar invitations may have swamped our inbox as well. In fact the article mentioned that having too much of them made people not wanting to attend webinars anymore.
The author provided tips for organizers/producers on how to prevent viewers from losing interest in webinars. These tips mentioned support the dynamics needed to be in place in a virtual event from the previous post we published on our site. The author stressed the importance of the speaker and the moderator. The moderator, being the "host" of the event need to be seamless in transitioning from one speaker to another, and witty enough to do a follow through that will involve the e-participants in the discussion.
Close to home, the article mentioned also about technology and group interactions as key factors for an effective webinar. Which are many in the global market. But you may want to consider the following in choosing your event technology.