- Technical Support
it is really up to you how many hats you plan wear when creating, producing and above all delivering your webinar.
Create a checklist of all the important skills and roles that will be needed for the kind of webinar that you have in mind. Then assign a a person, and back up person just in case. For an interview, panel or summit, be sure to invite a range of people who have overlapping skills sets and knowledge, so that if someone does drop out at the last minute or can’t get online because of a technical malfunction, power failure or whatever, the show will still go on.
Even if you are solo, check over this list of roles and keep it in a safe place to refer to as you organize your webinar. Draft in friends and family for anything you do not feel 100% confident about, and pay them for their time and effort with a valuable reward, such as a free copy of your new product. Or ask your affiliates or Joint Venture partners for a helping hand, in exchange for a generous commission, of course.
If you really do not have any friends, family or coworkers who can help on the day of your live event, then do not overstretch yourself. Get everything you need as much in advance as possible, and make sure you have allotted enough time to do all the tasks about a half an hour before the start time that need to be done if you are doing them all yourself.
One thing is for sure, hosting a successful webinar can be one of the best ways to boost your bottom line if you stay organized, and the rewards, if the webinar goes well, can be more than enough to reward your loyal helpers.