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This webinar presentation template was created in the Strangelove theme with image filters on.

Webinar Template

Published at Nov 18, 2015

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PRESENTATION OUTLINE

Webinar Template

    This webinar presentation template was created in the Strangelove theme with image filters on.
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    Host

    Title, Company, Twitter handle
    Include contact information on the host of the webinar; their job title, website, Twitter handle, and anything else you'd like to include.

    If you'd like to add more information about the host, you can use the Public Notes area here. You can learn more about public notes here: http://blog.haikudeck.com/turn-presentations-into-content-assets/
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    Guest

    Title, Company, Twitter handle
    Include contact information on the guest; their job title, website, Twitter handle, and anything else you'd like to include.

    If you'd like to add more information about the guest, you can use the Public Notes area here. You can learn more about public notes here: http://blog.haikudeck.com/turn-presentations-into-content-assets/
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    Include your hashtag

      Invite your audience to join the conversation and encourage them to participate in the discussion.

      Include the hashtag in the beginning of the webinar so that your audience can jump right in to the discussion.
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      Who helped to make this webinar possible? Make sure to mention your major supporters.

      Make sure to include a slide mentioning your major sponsors and supporters.
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      Outline

      • Introduction
      • Overview
      • Demo
      • Questions
      Including a slide outlining the webinar helps your audience by laying out the flow of the webinar and helps your audience keep track of what you'll be discussing.

      Let your audience know if the webinar will be recorded.

      If the webinar will be recorded for playback at a later time, make sure to let your audience know.

      Questions? Tell your audience how they can ask questions during the webinar.

      Webinars will usually allow listeners to make comments and ask questions during the show; tell your audience where and how they can ask their questions and give feedback.

      If you have links to tools and resources, tell your audience where they can find them.

      Will you be sharing links to resources and tools at the end of the webinar? Let your audience know up front to avoid any confusion.

      Overview

      • Part one
      • Part two
      • Part three
      Introduce the topic of your webinar - is it a problem you're helping to solve, a service, or giving a tutorial? Give a brief overview.

      You can use list slides to make your content more easy to read and digest. To learn more about lists, check out this blog post: http://blog.haikudeck.com/presentation-ideas-lists-the-haiku-deck-way/

      Our power tips for creating list slides: http://blog.haikudeck.com/power-tips-for-haiku-deck-lists/

      Part 1

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      Supporting detail.

      Part 2

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      Supporting detail.

      Poll: Which do you prefer?

      • Option 1
      • Option 2
      • Option 3
      • Option 4

      Part 3

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      Supporting detail.

      Webinar Replay How many days can attendees access the webinar after the live broadcast? Where and how can they access it?

      Can your audience replay the webinar after the live broadcast? Let them know where and how long it will be available for viewing after the live broadcast.

      *Tip: You can add a link to the page where it will be available for reply in the Public Notes -- make sure to include "http://" in the beginning of the link to make the link clickable.

      Upcoming Webinars

      If there are any upcoming webinars your audience would be interested in tuning in to in the future, make sure you mention those as well.

      Details on the next webinar. Date & time.

      For upcoming webinars, in addition to the topic and the date and time of the webinar, you can include more details on the webinar in the notes here.

      About Public Notes: http://blog.haikudeck.com/turn-presentations-into-content-assets/
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      Q&A

      Webinars wouldn't be complete without a Q&A session at the end.

      USE THE Q&A BOX TO SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS (Questions are not posted to the public.)

      Make sure to include instructions on how attendees can participate in the Q&A session, where and how to submit their questions, and if their questions will be available for public viewing.
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      Thank everyone for attending in your final slide. You can include your contact information and your website so that your audience knows where they can learn more about you, your service, or your product.
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