As B2B and SaaS companies scramble to leverage virtual events, many people are looking to become better and more engaging virtual speakers.
These are people who thrive at in-person events but now they have to present digitally. There's no stage and no audience sitting in front of them.
Now, that's a huge challenge.
Andrew Churchill has seen his consulting business explode as more people look to become better, more dynamic virtual speakers.
In this episode of Marketing Spark, Andrew talks about the tricks and techniques that speakers need to deploy to keep people focused, interested, and interacting.
One good piece of advice is to stand up when presenting virtually rather than sitting down. It's simple but, when you think about it, makes a lot of sense.