Webinars are a great way to engage with your audiences. They bring in almost all elements of hosting an event but at a faction of the cost…
A. Simply put–we host your webinar on our webinar platform–WebinarJAM.
In addition to hosting your webinar, we can provide additional services such as:
A. Yes, in fact, we prefer to host LIVE webinars. Recorded webinars lack the interactive element and draw less audience. More importantly—those who do attend them, get turned off from future webinars.
A. The maximum duration of a webinar is 4 hours, but we recommend a maximum of 2 hours including Q&A.
A. Yes–a maximum of 500 attendees can attend a webinar simultaneously. But, if it’s planned well in advance, 1 week at least, we can expand the capacity of the platform to 11,000 attendees–subject to additional fees.
A. Yes. And the recording will be shared with you as a standard deliverable.
A. Our standard fee for hosting a LIVE webinar is US$ 250. This fee includes:
A. A good laptop or desktop, with a decent quality webcam and a good quality Internet connection—is all you need at your Speakers’ end—to ensure a quality webinar.
A. End users can view the webinar on any Internet connected device that has a standard web browser capable of showing video and an audio output.
A. For webinars, we provide the following reports:
A. Our webinar platform provides the following tools:
A. Our platform allows a maximum of SIX speakers to present concurrently (at the same time). By default, we provide a facility of upto 3 speakers, but at an additional fee, the same can be extended to 6.
A. If you are only seeking a platform—it might make sense for you to directly pay to the platform and host your webinar. But, if you seek a partner to manage all the technicalities, and enable your team to focus on delivering the webinar—then you may want to look for a partner like EFY-i. Our team has built expertise on this platform.
Plus, if you want to engage a partner who can promote the same too, so that you get the desired response to the entire exercise, then EFY-i would be the perfect partner.
A. Typically, we handle projects where we don’t only host webinars but are also asked to drive audiences to register for the same, and then remind them to login and attend the webinar.
Here again, you can opt for our Standard Services to promote the webinar OR invest in a Response Guaranteed solution.
A. We have seen this proportion range from 15 percent to 55 percent. It depends a lot on the topic and the speaker. If the topic is important for the audience–higher percentage logs in. Plus, factors like timings (second half preferable) and days (Mondays are a no-no) also affect this percentage.
A. We typically guarantee registrants–as the number who will log in during the webinar is not in our control.
A. Our team has hosted 50-plus webinars over the last three years. The biggest had 400-plus concurrent attendees (on Raspberry Pi).
A. In the past, we have used simple strategies like announcing awards for…
Plus, we can also set-up an online test, and then provide a co-branded certificate to all those who took the test and passes it.
A. Issuing certificates as part of your webinar–can attract more audience, and if you add the element of a test at the end of the session, the level of interest and attention could be increased too.
Your options for issuing digital certificates are:
Note: You can also use combinations of 1 and 2 or 1 and 3 i.e. issue multiple certificates.
A. We use the online test software to calculate the scores and then mention that score as part of the Certificate of Attendance
A. This is one aspect where we will need your trainers’ help. We would want them to provide questions and answers with 3 to 4 different options. We will set up the test, based on these inputs.
A. Sure, why not. If you need the test scores, we will provide them as part of the report.
A. Our typical charge for setting up the test is US$ 300. We issue digital certificates at a fee of US$ 10 per candidate.
A. We forgot about this opportunity unless a client asked. Now, we are in the process of building an archive of the last few webinars. Once it’s setup–we will share.