What is a webinar?
The term webinar simply means an online seminar. It is just like a seminar that you would hold in a physical environment but it is held on the web. Most frequently when people hold seminars they create their powerpoint slide, stand at the front of the room, present their powerpoint slide and speech, engage the audience, get feedback and so forth.
An online seminar or webinar is exactly the same thing but it is held live on the web. The presenter will still present their powerpoint slides and speak over the airways and the audience can interact via voice or through a live chat facility.
What this means is that it is ultra convenient for everyone involved. You can save time and do everything from the comfort of your home or office. You can save your audience time and they will be happy they can attend you seminar from the comfort of their own home or office.
There are 2 ways to have a webinar, what are they?
Live webinar: This is when we are actually presenting the online seminar in real time to a live audience.
On demand or Pre recorded: This is when we record a webinar, training sessions, and you invite people to watch the pre recorded webinar on the AMLSI platform.
How does a live webinar work?
We send out email invites so attendees can sign up and are given a special web link so they can attend the webinar. We send out email reminders to all attendees and organize the webinar. On the day of the webinar, you turn up to the webinar 10 minutes early. Attendees wait in the waiting room until we are ready to go live and then we start the webinar. We present the powerpoint, sometimes we use webcam or share computer screen and the attendees watch, listen and learn. Attendees can ask questions through the chat facility during the webinar.
How does an on-demand or prerecorded webinar work?
We record it and then we put the recording onto the nomoneylaundering.com platform, where nomoneylaundering.com members (Annual Webinar Plan members) can view the webinar at their convenience.
Can the audience interact?
Yes. The audience and attendees can interact if we are holding a live webinar. They get to answer audience poll questions, during our live webinar series, they can ask questions and talk to us and the speakers through a text chat facility in the webinar tool.
For more Q&A see the FAQ page.