10 Most Common Webinar Mistakes...and How to Avoid Them

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There are many factors that can limit the effectiveness of your webinars. Simple things can make the difference between just a routine webinar, and a great webinar. Join Direct Marketing News and ON24 for “10 Most Common Webinar Mistakes…and How to Avoid Them,” and learn tips and best practices that can increase the value of your webinars for you and your audience.

This interactive webcast will explore ways to improve the entire lifecycle of creating and delivering a webinar, from driving registration to content delivery and lead scoring. Take your webinars to the next level.

Featured Speaker:

   Mark Bornstein, Content Marketing, ON24, Inc.

As senior director of Content Marketing for ON24, Mark Bornstein manages content strategy and marketing communications to support webcasting and virtual-events. Mark has more than 20 years of content marketing, account management, and communications experience with leading firms, including Cisco, GE Access, and Compatible Systems.

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