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ON24 Gives the 'Keys' to Engaging Webinar Delivery

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ON24, the global leader in webinar-based marketing solutions that drive demand generation and customer engagement, today announced an upcoming webinar, "Keys to Effective Webinar Delivery," scheduled for August 26, 2014.  Designed for webcast producers and presenters, this special event, featuring ON24 Senior Director of Content Marketing Mark Bornstein, will provide actionable tips and best practices for preparing speakers effectively and choosing the right webinar format.

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ON24 and other industry experts agree that the key to successful webcast performance is driving audience engagement.  Delivering a well organized and compelling presentation is critically important, and, as a result, savvy webcast producers know that the quality of speakers and pre-event planning are paramount. During this live, hour-long webinar, ON24 will provide best practices and a checklist to ensure that webcast speakers maximize engagement with a combination of talent and preparation. Topics covered will include:

  • How to choose the right webinar speakers
  • The benefits of different webinar formats
  • Top tips for webinar speakers, including a presenter checklist
  • Behind-the-scenes best practices for webinar delivery

"Great presenters and a solid plan can make the difference between a mediocre webinar and an exciting and engaging conversation," commented Bornstein. "We've assembled our best 'tips and tricks' on how to give the most professional and polished presentations. Whether you're using webinars for marketing, corporate communications or training, we know that these best practices will help improve your webinar game and drive greater engagement."

The August 26 "Keys to Effective Webinar Delivery" webinar will begin at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time. Register here.

About ON24, Inc.
ON24 is the global leader in webinar-based marketing solutions that drive demand generation and customer engagement. Its patented cloud-based platform features an interactive and immersive user interface and industry-leading webinar analytics for events, campaigns and benchmarking. Providing one-click access from any device, ON24's award-winning solutions are integrated with leading CRM and marketing automation platforms, enabling marketers to optimize demand generation, enhance lead qualification and accelerate sales pipeline opportunities.

Additional applications for the ON24 product portfolio include virtual training, talent development and town hall meetings. More than 1,000 enterprises of all sizes rely on ON24,  including IBM, CA Technologies, Merck, JPMorgan Chase, Deloitte, Credit Suisse, Ernst & Young and SAP. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices throughout the world. For more information, visit http://www.on24.com.

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