Experts Share Their Tips for Creating a Successful Online Conference

Your team realizes you have a great message with a lot of information that needs to be heard, so you decide to host an online conference.

Now what?

If you have never hosted an online conference before, you probably have no idea where to start. It can be mind-boggling when considering the necessary content, technical considerations, promotion and advertising, and funding needed to create such an event.

The good news is others are doing it successfully and you can learn from them.  Below is a compilation of advice from several experts with years of experience to help you successfully create your first online conference.

Jack Coursen with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) suggests focusing tasks on two major milestone anchors: the day you decide to start putting the event together, and the first day of the event. During a webinar presentation, Coursen shared that it’s best to start planning for an online event 8-10 months before the first day of the actual event.

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