Having top notch equipment can make all the difference in the world when it comes to conducting a successful webinar. Whether it’s the hardware – like your microphone – or software that you’re dealing with, if you always go for the cheapest option, it will show and unfortunately, make your webinar come across as totally unprofessional. Here’s the low-down on some of the basic equipment and software you’ll need to effectively run your web conference. read more
Aimed at business professionals who aren’t used to writing for the web, a new “Building the Buzz that Builds Your Business” twice-weekly webinar provides story ideas and links designed to offer a springboard for blogging.
The half-hourly webinars cost $10 each and run on Mondays and Wednesdays at 1pm EST from GetInFrontBlogging.com. Each provides a list of 25 categories, each with one or more links to current news events, a discussion on ten story ideas, social media and PR tips, and a Q&A section. read more
Google has announced that it’s to hold a series of AdSense training webinars, based on feedback received from publishers. They’ll be interactive, allowing attendees to ask questions of AdSense professionals, and focused on improving revenue.
Topics covered will include using custom search engines with AdSense, using AdSense effectively (optimisation), a general product overview with focus on product updates that have been rolled out over the last three months, and two webinars about Google Ad Manager.
There is limited space on these so interested publishers need to sign up quickly via the AdSense help centre.