The Coronavirus has done a lot of damage but there is some good that we can attribute the our current situation, specifically innovation. As a successful non-profit event planner in Austin, Texas it is imperative that in a tech city that virtual events meet tech. Below are 4 key things that you should know to setup a successful virtual event.
1. Not all platforms are created equal. The exist but a SWOT analysis is necessary for you to ensure that you are on the right platform for your audience. A quick and dirtly list of great plaforms to consider are:
2. A live event is not an online event and should be treated as such! A live event should be at or less than 30 minutes. The following graphic outlines an example event flow.
3. Is this thing on? The best thing you to do is test, test, and test again. If your audience cannot hear the brilliant live event that you planned it would be a real bummer! Consider investing in high-quality sound and even higher quality camera/video.
4. Engagement is critical. Comments in live events should be expected and having a clear communication strategy is key to leveraging the opportunity to develop even more raving fans! Plus, there are tools out there that allow organizations maximize donations during the live event!
If you are looking to get assistance or find the right tool for a virtual event, we would love to chat about your unique online experience. Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, we are here to help!