Virtual Event Don’ts: How to Avoid Cringe Moments

Carrie Winton
Carrie Winton

Changing from in-person to virtual event settings doesn’t alter the most important element: audience engagement. Navigating the change has not been easy, though. We’ve certainly seen a lot of ups and downs with virtual events. Here are a few common mistakes you can learn from to make your virtual event more successful.

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If you’re only relying on the number of virtual event attendees to gauge success, don’t. Your numbers need a critical eye to measure success. When attendees don’t take action, you haven’t engaged them—and it can also indicate you had a number of lurkers.

Want to better understand your numbers and assess event ROI? Check out our latest white paper, Measuring the Success of Your Virtual Event: 4 Considerations not to Neglect, for more information about considerations when measuring your virtual event effectiveness.

Measuring the Success of Your Virtual Event White Paper
 
Carrie Winton

Carrie Winton

Carrie received her M.A. in Communication and Research from Saint Louis University (Go Billikens!). Her passion for the meetings and events industry and bringing people together to educate and inspire started over 15 years ago in corporate marketing. More recently, she’s expanded her expertise to global marketing and thought leadership research. Outside of work, Carrie is still likely to be found planning vacations and adventures with her own family - her husband and two young kiddos. She loves to explore new places and recently crossed two destinations off her bucket list: Rome and Prague.