This new webinar template will speed you on your way to creating an outstanding webinar presentation. Engaging slides are critical for webinars because they’re the only things your audience can see! You can get this webinar template for free by signing up for SlideRocket (also free).
Sneak peek at the webinar template
A great thing about our presentation templates is that they are professionally designed and have presentation tips baked-in. Each tip is tailored to the presentation with thought given to the venue and audience. Here’s a look at a few of the slides and a summary of the design and presentation tips we included:
Knock’em Out Early
We’re big fans of giving your audience the knockout punch right at the beginning. No need to dance around or “build up” to your solution. You can lay out the challenge, the impact and the solution all at once and I’d venture to say you won’t lose a single attendee of your webinar. Your audience will appreciate getting a full 360 view of what you’re going to talk about right at the start.
Clearly the presentation world is trying to move towards slides with fewer words and more images. Why not take presentation tips like this to the extreme and go with full slide images and just 4-5 words? It’s really a refreshing way to engage with your webinar audience.
Mmmm, Beautiful Data
When it comes to data, it’s best to keep it simple, big, bold and colorful. Before slopping it on the slide, look at your raw data and then search around on Google for infographics on a similar topic. I think you’ll be inspired to boil down your data and turn it into a message that’s easily and immediately understood by your audience. Remember, it’s not about showing ALL your data, but instead having the data support your message (in an accurate way of course). In this webinar template we give you three different formats for presenting data.
Knock, Knock, Housekeeping
A simple but often overlooked part of a webinar is the housekeeping. Yet, this part is critical so your audience knows how to interact with you and how you will interact with them. In this webinar template we’ve included a few presentation tips on how to get the conversation about your webinar going on Twitter, how to keep the Q&A channel open, and how to defuse the most commonly asked question you will receive, “will you be emailing the slides out after the webinar?”.
Another helpful post you may want to check out is How to Record a Webinar using online presentations. This article shows you the simple steps for turning webinars into fantastic on-demand assets for your website and blog.