Basic tips for moderators, presenters and organisers

I am recording quite a lot of webinars lately, so I thought I shoot a little not-so-serious series on the most important issues to look out for.

Here three critical steps that can ensure your participants have a great experience in the webinar — be it as someone who actually joined the webinar, or while watching the recording.

Part 1: SOUND

We start with audio because it is the most important element for your success.


How can you easily avoid the most serious blunders with the lighting situation? Bad lighting can be extremely annoying for your viewers.


Everybody says content is king! — Yes, but staging a play involves more than one actor. No King Lear without minions. Plus, content on the internet demands of you that you get in touch with your audience. What do they want?