This episode is a discussion about live virtual events while demonstrating and testing the virtual event platform, Shindig.
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Live virtual events are becoming more important and more mainstream as a host of platforms makes them easier to run and easier to attend.
But what platform is right for you, for your attendees, and for your objectives?
This special episode of Let’s Talk Tech is a demonstration and discussion of those issues with the founder and CEO of the virtual event platform, Shindig.
You can watch the full video below or you can listen the audio recording of the episode.
Listen in and you’ll discover:
Second Life – a virtual world on the Web where participants create an avatar and can participate in activities, build relationships, and run businesses
Avatars – These can have two meanings. One refers to the graphic image of a computer user and the other is a reference to a profile of an ideal client. That one is also referred to as a brand persona.
Feedback Loop – a mechanism for getting information – in this case from your attendee or participant in your virutal event
Broadcast Pod – Shindig’s language for the frame that holds the speaker’s or attendee’s image on screen
Steve Gottlieb on LinkedIn
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Winnie Anderson is an award-winning copywriter and brand strategist, a
best-selling author, and respected instructor. She writes books,
creates courses, and provides limited one-on-one consulting with
and for introverted entrepreneurs who are ready to get their
message out in a bigger way and who hate selling. Learn more about
her here or connect with her on social media including Facebook and Twitter.
Judy Jordan is a virtual production assistant who helps
entrepreneurs get their message out in a bigger way using live and
recorded virtual events like webinars, teleseminars, live moble
streaming, podcasts, and virtual conferences. Learn more about her
at her LinkedIn page or connect with her on Facebook.
Sue Brettell is brand developer and designer who acts as Winnie’s creative director. Sue helps entrepreneurs communicate their brand essence by creating compelling visual brand elements and coordinating them into a strong, unified visual brand. Learn more about her at her LinkedIn page. Connect with her on Facebook.
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