Jarek Wasielewski

Jarek is the Content Manager at ClickMeeting. He is responsible for providing educational contents for current and prospective users.

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5 Criteria For Choosing The Perfect Title For Your Webinar


Having the perfect title for your webinar can mean the difference between having a large audience for your webinar or not. In about 30 seconds or less, a person will decide if the webinar topic is interesting enough to register for and attend. The perfect webinar title should be catchy enough to capture a person’s attention and specific enough to make it relevant to them.

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5 Tips To Make The Webinar Experience Easier For Attendees


One challenge that many webinar hosts face is to maximize attendance figures for their online presentations. It can sometimes be difficult to know the best strategy to boost the number of attendees at your webinar. The problem arises because you can’t always predict or know how registrants respond to your marketing techniques or how proficient they are with their technical skills.

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5 Ways to Increase Your Webinar Audience

Increase Your Webinar Audience

Webinars are fantastic marketing tools that can help enhance your authority and boost sales of your products. In fact, webinars are one of the best and most powerful marketing tools that you use in your development strategy. However, the success of a webinar may be greatly swayed by the size of its audience. In fact, the success of your webinar can often be gauged in terms of the size of your audience.

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5 Ways to Better Engage the Audience in a Webinar

Engage Webinar Audience

The whole point of hosting a webinar is to engage the audience from the outset and keep their attention for the duration of the online presentation. Unfortunately, many webinar presenters make the mistake of thinking that just because a person attends a webinar they will be interested enough to listen to the whole presentation. This is often not the case and many times webinar hosts who don’t hold their audience’s attention find that many leave mid-way.

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