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For those new to the virtual world of webinar presentations, virtual stage fright can be a real fear. Whether you are giving a live presentation or a virtual one, you are probably wondering, how do I overcome my stage fright? We thought we would share a few easy techniques that can help you quell your anxiety.

https://virtualvenues.com/how-to-overcome-your-virtual-stage-fright
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Are you looking to increase audience participation and engagement on your next conference? Have you tried a hybrid meeting? What is a hybrid meeting, you ask? Well it is adding an online or webcasting component to an in-person meeting or conference.

https://virtualvenues.com/the-benefits-of-hybrid-conferences
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SimpleCert's latest enhancement gives you the option to use your own SMTP server to send your emails! For those of you saying what's SMTP? Don't worry, you can still rely on SimpleCert's secure email servers to send your emails. For those of you who want to take advantage of this feature, you can find it in your account settings (click on the upper right username and/or logo. Then go to SMTP settings. From there you can fill in your SMTP settings and test connection. If your connection is good to go, save your settings.

Your next project will use these settings. What does this mean? It means now you are in charge of:
1. Setting up your own footer and following Can-SPAM law.
2. Viewing your own email deliverability (Email history will have your SMTP listed)
3.Monitoring the health of your server/IP settings.
4. Using your own email address to send (instead of "noreply@simplecert.net")

If you use this enhancement let us know how it goes!

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Want to better understand how V2 can help with your webcast management? Check out Timmy's story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=z2nV4Im1N7A
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Here are some top instances when pre-recording your demo is a good option:

If the speaker who is giving the demo cannot be on the live session, then it is obviously a good option to have them pre-record their demo content and share it as a video. In this situation, you don’t have much choice if they are unable to make the scheduled time of the webinar.

If the content you plan on sharing is highly technical and requires graphic heavy and bandwidth intensive software or multiple applications to achieve, then it may be a good choice to pre-record the demo as a video. Trying to share too many data rich applications at once can really slow down your connection to the webcast and cause a bigger delay in the audience demonstration.

Your speaker will be traveling or is in a location with poor internet. This is a good reason to pre-record the demo in this instance to avoid delays or issues connecting to the webcast sharing Having a solid wired connection to the internet is KEY when presenting on any webinar or webcast!

Some best practices to follow when recording your demo – use software that allows for good audio quality and try not to make the video too large in size. Make sure you are checking with the webcast provider on optimal video bit-rate specs to ensure the video isn’t going to run into buffering issues.

https://virtualvenues.com/webcast-demos-presenting-live-versus-pre-recorded-content
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We know you marketers out there spend tons of time crafting your subject lines, as it is probably the most important part of your email message. An attention grabbing email subject line is one sure way to drive potential attendees to register for your event and spark their interest in your message. It could very well be the difference between someone clicking on your email or sending it to the trash. That’s why marketers are so focused on it.

https://virtualvenues.com/email-subject-lines-proven-to-increase-registration-on-your-virtual-events
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Your #certificate recipients should have opted-in and given you permission to send them a #certificate. Although people talk about permission in a variety of ways, it's very specific when it comes to email marketing. Permission is verifiable consent to receive marketing emails.
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The +Virtual Venues (V2), LLC Event Suite is a comprehensive end-to-end event cycle package that allows you to customize your event needs and requirements.

https://t.co/QZpYNLp5Wz
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This is our team motto: Our purpose is to make your world a little less stressful. So how do we do it? By thinking of every online event detail so you don’t have to. When you’re successful, we’re successful!
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V2 has the privilege of working with some of the brightest celebrities, thought leaders, and industry innovators in the world. Below is a list of some of the more notable speakers we’ve worked with over the years.

https://virtualvenues.com/about-us/notable-webinar-and-webcast-presenters
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