Overview

Title: 10 Common Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Date: Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Time: 2 PM ET/11 AM PT
Duration: 1 Hour

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Summary

When it comes to webinars, sometimes the smallest mistake can make the difference between an awesome event and an epic fail. Attend “10 Common Webinar Mistakes and How to Avoid Them” to learn tips and best practices to make sure that your webinars are always a success, including:

  • Getting audience engagement right
  • Tech tips to guarantee success
  • Presentation do’s and don’ts
  • Secrets to finding your best leads
  • We even have some Special Edition: “WFH Webinar Tips”
Don’t let simple mistakes ruin your best webinars. Register now.
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Speakers

Mark Bornstein
Chief Webinerd and VP of Content Marketing at ON24

As the VP of Content Marketing at ON24, Mark is the chief evangelist and marketing strategist in support of ON24’s Webinar Marketing Platform. Mark brings over 20 years of content marketing, corporate communications and account management experience at leading companies, including Cisco, GE Access and Compatible Systems. He has presented at many of today’s biggest marketing conferences and, for the past six years, has been the host of the “ON24 Webinar Best Practices Series” webcast which has thousands of followers across the globe.


Follow Mark on Twitter @4markb
Stephanie Stahl
General Manager at CMI

As General Manager of CMI, I lead the brand’s event and digital operations – and get to work with the best team on the planet! Previously, I served as VP of Content Marketing for UBM’s Technology portfolio, providing strategic guidance on content development, content optimization, audience engagement, and go-to-market platforms for our technology clients. I’ve worked for UBM, which is now owned by Informa, for more than two decades, helping shape new multimedia content and event offerings. I live in the Washington, DC area with my husband and we enjoy spending time taking care of our many pets and visiting our two daughters on their college campuses.

Follow Stephanie on Twitter @EditorStahl