How to Be a Great Virtual Event Speaker: Top Tips

The virtual space is currently booming and virtual events are now more popular than ever. With that, event speakers who have mastered the art of delivering in-person presentations now have to adjust. How do you become a great virtual event speaker and what adjustments can you make to keep your audiences’ interest?

How to be a great virtual event speaker

We’re here to give you our best tips for how to be a great virtual event speaker so you can deliver compelling content and a presentation to be remembered.

If you’re planning an event you might benefit from our social media marketing event strategy tips.

Test, Test, Test

Your audience is likely surrounded by a lot of distractions as they attend your virtual presentation from home. This means that it’s even easier to lose your audience’s attention than it is with in-person events.

Don’t let the technology side of your presentation be your downfall. Set yourself up for success well ahead of time and test your technology.

This includes the joining process, along with your video and sound checks. It’s also important to have back up options should your first option fail.

Think About Your Body Language

Sometimes body language speaks louder than words. This rule applies to virtual events as well!

To be a great virtual event speaker, you will need to think about how your body language translates into the virtual space.

Eye contact is still important for connecting with a virtual audience, so be sure to look into your camera and avoid distracting glances.

Keep your hands visible on your screen and avoid fidgeting. You should continue to use hand gestures as you would in an in-person presentation.

Get Personal with Your Audience

To keep your audience’s attention, get personal, and try to interact with them.

Pause for questions, use imagery, get them involved with a poll, tell a story, or find ways to get them involved in what you are discussing.

There is nothing worse than a long presentation filled with endless slides, especially during a virtual event.

Pay Attention to Your Pace

As a virtual event speaker, you still need to be mindful of your speaking pace. Check-in with yourself and determine if it might be necessary to slow down.

Take pauses where appropriate for your audience to digest the information. It may also take a bit of time for your audio to be transmitted so pauses can be great for allowing catch-up time.

First Impressions are Important

If your virtual presentation is business related then it is still important to dress the part. Your appearance can have a major influence on the first impression you give to your audience, so don’t show up in pajamas or having just rolled out of bed.

Dress in business-casual attire and do a test recording to get a feel for what your audience is going to see. This is one of the many perks of being a virtual event speaker!

Think About Lighting and Camera Positioning

As you are setting up for your virtual presentation, think about your lighting and camera positioning. Cameras are best at eye level position so it is easy for you to keep eye contact with your audience.

If you want to keep your audience’s focus, you should also adjust your lighting.

The light should highlight your face and darken your background. This allows you to be clearly seen and for background distractions to be kept to a minimum.

Switch up Your In-Person Presentation

Your virtual presentation should not be a duplicate of your in-person presentation. Switch things up and make your virtual presentation shorter.

Without the energy of an in-person crowd, each minute of your virtual presentation will seem longer. Keep things short and to the point so both you and your audience stay motivated and engaged.

Take Your Virtual Event to the Next Level

In addition to these tips, one of the best ways to take your virtual event to the next level is with eSpeakers enterprise-quality tools. We can help you to plan a virtual event that will stand out with speakers and help you to become even more connected to your audiences.

Interested to hear more? Contact us about our services today!

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7 Ways to Improve Virtual Attendance at Your Next Event

If it feels like everywhere you turn, you see an invite to a virtual event or an ad for an upcoming virtual gathering, you’re not wrong! These remote events are more popular than ever as we adapt to a whole new way of living and working in 2020. But how can you make YOUR virtual event stand out from the crowd and get the higher virtual attendance you’ve been hoping for?

Today, we’re going to tell you how!

Improve virtual attendance at your next event with these 7 tips

Focus on value

If you want your virtual attendance to be better than ever, focus on delivering the kind of quality that MAKES people want to attend.

Make it very clear what kind of value your audience can expect from attending your virtual event. Will they come away with new ways to run their business? Tips for leading a healthier lifestyle? A concrete plan for making these changes? Whatever it is, make it clear and make it valuable.

Use your network to boost virtual attendance

The online world can be incredibly generous when you know where to look! Focus on the network you already have (it’s bigger than you realize!) and look for opportunities to make it even bigger.

Reach out to your existing email list to let them know about your virtual event, share your event in the Facebook groups you’re in, and use good old fashioned word of mouth to spread the news about your event.

This is also a good time to mention virtual event sponsorship revenue. Your relationship with your event sponsors can be mutually exclusive, so not only are they helping you market your event, but you’re advertising for them in return. Learn more about finding virtual event sponsorship revenue here.

Offer an incentive

The initial value your virtual event provides is a great thing to focus on. But if you can add even further incentive for attending?

Even better!

If you offer an incentive that might not cost you much but brings a ton of value to your audience, you’ll notice attendance rates skyrocket.Here are a few examples of incentives you might offer:

  • Swag bag (digital swag bags are a great way to reduce waste and streamline the process)
  • Prize drawing
  • Coupons for your services for attendees

Share your itinerary

Your audience might be reluctant to sign up for your virtual event if they’re not quite sure what to expect from it. One way to combat this challenge is by sharing a detailed itinerary for your event ahead of time.

Outline what happens during each hour or section of your event. Your audience will appreciate knowing exactly what to expect, when they can take breaks, and the can’t-miss events they’ll want to schedule their own time around.

PS. We share more tips for making your virtual event stand out in this blog post.

Make it interactive

Anytime you can include an interactive element in your virtual event, you’ll see virtual attendance rates rise – and stay high!

When your audience is called on to interact and participate throughout your event, they’re more likely to stay tuned in.

If they feel like they’re being lectured and they hoped for a more interactive and engaging experience, they’re far less likely to sign up for future events, and they might not last long during your current event either.

There are plenty of great audience interaction software options that allow you to add live polls, Q&As, and even gamification and quizzes to your virtual event. They help make your event one to remember and boost your virtual attendance all at once!

Audience insight

Hearing from past event attendees is incredibly useful for making your next virtual event even better. Once you know what they liked, what they didn’t like, and what they’d like to see in your next event, you can use this information to draw even more attendees to your next event.

Check out this post for seven questions to include in your virtual post-event survey.

Hire incredible speakers to amplify virtual attendance

Hiring the right speaker for your virtual event can make or break the success of your event. The value a speaker can bring to your event is unbeatable.

Are you a virtual event organizer? Click here to browse our top-rated virtual speakers for your online event.

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How To Moderate a Virtual Event

So you’ve been asked to moderate a virtual event. Great! 

Do you know what to do next?

There are so many benefits to moderating a virtual event, from endless networking opportunities to the social media oomph, to the elevated exposure. It’s a chance to really put your best face forward and show the world (or a limited audience) what you’re really made of.

So jumped at the opportunity—good for you. 

Here’s a rundown of what a virtual event moderator does, and a few tips to do the best job you can possibly do.

What does a virtual event moderator do?

Well, during live events, a moderator is responsible for upholding the theme of the event and making sure that the message doesn’t get lost in the shuffle. 

Through involvement and keeping the conversation going, she keeps attendants engaged, excited, and glad to be there. She keeps things moving smoothly from speaker to speaker and workshop to workshop. She makes sure everyone knows what’s going on. 

She’s the point person for the whole event.

All these points are still true when you moderate a virtual event, except all of that movement and communication is done online.

Are you a speaker wanting to expand your portfolio to include online training? Being certified is a great way to let customers know you’re a great virtual speaker. We offer certification at eSpeakers….check it out here.

Know your technology

So, it goes without saying, if you want to moderate a virtual event successfully, it is vital that you master the platform that the event is hosted on.

You have to know all the ins and outs of the platform and various other media the event is occurring on, including the social media channels.

If the event has a dedicated tech person, you should at least know how to communicate with them quickly and effectively. And yes, you still need to know how to use the technology yourself. If the face of the event doesn’t appear to know what she’s doing and fumbles in front of the audience, it will make the whole thing look bad.

And of course, always test everything in advance.

Know your tools…and use them

Different virtual event hosting platforms, such as Hopin and Whova, have various in-app tools you can use to engage your audience. Use them! If your attendees are able to chat and meet with each other (and you) they will be much more invested in your event. Therefore, when you moderate a virtual event, it’s important to provide spaces for this networking and connection to happen. 

Allow for 15 minutes before each session to allow guests to connect and chat. This will make for a more congenial, comfortable vibe.

Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse

When you moderate a virtual event, it might be tempting to go with the flow and try to be natural for the camera. 


In fact, your mistakes and stumbles will be even more evident and awkward without a huge room to hide behind. So rehearse all your presentations and talks beforehand so all you have to concentrate on is the connection you’re establishing with your audience.  

Promote, promote, promote!

You can’t moderate a virtual event without being a master marketer. Get out there and let everyone know about the amazing event you’re moderating. 

Go beyond just social media. Use email marketing, guest blogging, video promotion, mailouts….anything you can do to get the word out. 

If you need help with your marketing plan for your virtual event, check out this post.

Prepare your audience

Before your virtual event begins, host an orientation talk for your attendees, letting them know how to navigate your event, what they will need technology-wise, and what they can expect. Go over timelines and encourage them to engage with each other in the spaces you’ve provided.

Let the world know

Just because your event is underway, doesn’t mean your marketing job is done. Now is actually the best time to get the word out across social media about what exciting things are happening in your event. Tweet about it, share stories on Instagram…whatever you do, make sure to use hashtags, and involve the attendees inside the event.

Finally…follow up!

Now that it’s all over and the dust has settled, don’t just walk away! Check back in with your attendees in an email blast, inviting them to provide valuable feedback. This will help to make sure that you see their faces at your next event!

It doesn’t need to be intimidating to moderate a virtual event. Just prepare, communicate, use your tools, and follow up. With these simple points in mind, you are on your way to hosting a virtual event to remember.

Finding a speaker who’s comfortable online doesn’t need to be a daunting task. Use our handy virtual speakers’ marketplace tool to find the perfect online speaker. Then contact us to get started.

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Ten Virtual Event Ideas to Keep You Ahead of the Curve

If you’re like every other event planner in the world right now, you’re scrambling to think of more and better virtual event ideas every day. Online event hosting has become the new normal, whether you were ready for it or not—COVID-19 has turned the events industry (along with pretty much every other industry in the world) on its head. So where have you landed?

Event planning is a competitive business. And every busy event planner knows, you have to stay ahead of the curve to keep landing those contracts. You are expected to knock every event out of the park with innovative new ideas and impressive results. And to do it all with lower and lower budgets.

Online events are no different. With COVID-19, the whole industry was shifted online. Live events will see their day again. But in the meantime, virtual events are on the rise and planners are upping their online game with every one.

Virtual events have less overhead, lower travel costs, and less personnel involved. This leaves a lot of room for over-the-top marketing and investment in stellar speakers and quality content. 

To help you keep ahead of the game, here are some innovative virtual event ideas to keep in your toolbox. You never know when you might need them.

10 virtual event ideas to keep you ahead of the curve

1. Go 3D

Utilize immersive environment technology to create virtual meeting rooms, stages, and other creative locations. It may not be exactly virtual reality, but this alternative presentation will give your attendees a break from the usual format of flat-screen after flat-screen.

2. Get united

Choose a common goal for your event, such as a certain dollar amount raised for a cause. Use this goal in your marketing and keep the message going throughout the event, getting people excited about reaching the goal. Track the progress and shout the results from the mountaintops. This will contribute to a feeling of community and cohesion among your attendants and strengthen the experience of your event, making it more memorable. 

3. Don’t forget to entertain

Live events usually feature entertainment of some sort, such as a musical act, a comedian, or a keynote speaker. So why shouldn’t your virtual event? Schedule live streaming entertainment and promote it as part of your marketing plan.

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4. Use music

Instead of dead air, liven up your waiting rooms with energetic music, and use it during your presentations as well. 

5. Activity breaks

Don’t forget that your participants are spending a large chunk of time in their homes staring at their computer screens so they can attend your event. Break up the event and add some movement by incorporating some health and wellness breaks, such as a scheduled yoga class or guided meditation session. This will keep your attendees from drifting off to get some exercise elsewhere, will lighten the mood and create camaraderie as they share a healthy experience together.

Meditation: Ten Fresh Virtual Event Ideas to Keep You Ahead of the Curve
A guided meditation session could refresh your attendees during a long event.

Click here for some more virtual event ideas.

6. Get competitive

Shake things up and get people interacting by incorporating some friendly competition into your event. Lead a game that goes on throughout the event, or puzzles or trivia questions that your attendees can respond to in order to earn prizes or rewards. 

7. Live illustrations

There have been some really cool things done with live illustrations at events. You can hire a graphic artist to create illustrations in real-time during presentations or webinars so that your attendees can watch as it evolves and highlights different aspects of your content. At the end of your event, these completed sketches can be used as marketing material or as giveaways or prizes.

8. Use unusual backgrounds

By this time, most people are used to watching webinars hosted in conference rooms, offices, or on stages. Do something a little more unusual such as shooting outdoors or another unpredictable space. Do keep in mind that you should be able to control your audio, so do a soundcheck first to ensure there won’t be any surprises (think wind and passersby). 

9. Go glossy instead of live streaming

Livestreaming is the main mode of presentation for virtual events. But why not invest the time to create pre-recorded sessions instead? While livestreaming is more immediate and can be more interactive by nature, they can also risk being boring and flat if it’s just one person speaking for tens of minutes. A pre-recorded video, on the other hand, can benefit from editing, cutting, and styling which can make for much more interesting, engaging content. If you don’t want your whole event to be pre-recorded, think about incorporating a few shorter elements into your schedule, interspersed with livestreaming. 

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10. Get creative with your speakers

Sometimes the best choice isn’t the most obvious choice, which is why one of our favorite virtual event ideas is to hire surprising speakers. Search eSpeakers’ virtual speakers’ roster to find a talented online event-savvy speaker for your event.

Online events are here to stay. And just like the live event industry before it, the playing field is going to get ever more competitive and innovative. With these and other virtual event ideas, you can work to keep yourself one step ahead of the pack. 

Happy planning!

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Nine Tips To Promote Your Virtual Event Effectively

Do you know how to promote your virtual event? There are a few things that you have to do to make sure you draw the right audience. Here are nine of them.

How to promote your virtual event

If you’re like a lot of us in the event planning industry, you’ve had to do a lot of hustling in the last few months to quickly recalibrate your business model. You’ve had to remake yourself into a virtual event planner fast because if you didn’t you would sink. You’ve been learning new skills on the fly, and if you’ve been successful, you’ve been able to shift an existing event online or even launch some new ones.

An essential skill to master when planning online events is how to effectively market them. 

Seven steps to remember when you promote your virtual event:

1. Make sure your event will be effective online.

Think about your event’s different aspects, and envision to detail how they will play out in an online atmosphere. What platform will work best? Will people be able to engage? Is this a message that will translate onto a screen in a way that is easy to interpret and participate in? For example, a hands-on workshop might not work online.

2. Get a dedicated website up and running.

If you want to get marketing, you need to have a landing pad first. When you begin to promote your virtual event it’s vital that you have an engaging, informative website for people to go to, and don’t forget to make it searchable using SEO tactics. Spend time making this website a quality place to be because you want your potential participants to spend time there exploring your message and what they will gain by taking part. 

Are you a speaker wanting to expand your portfolio to include online training? Being certified is a great way to let customers know you’re a great virtual speaker. We offer certification at eSpeakers….check it out here.

3. Brand your event.

Generate excitement and anticipation by branding your event. This means considering who your target audience is and tailoring the look and feel of your branding to suit their tastes and needs. Do a little bit of market research and comparison, and use colors, messages, themes, and fonts that will appeal to who you are marketing to.

4. Blog about it.

Get writing! An important aspect to remember when you promote your event is blog power. If you have a blog, write a post that reflects your excitement about the event. Then share it on social media and contribute it to other blogs as well. You can also get other bloggers to promote your virtual event by writing a guest post on their blogs or asking them to write one and share it with their followers.

5. Make social media work for you.

Using social media doesn’t stop at sharing on your own accounts. Create dedicated accounts for your event across several platforms and get interactive. Participate in online discussions, share lots of content; basically, make your event a consistent presence online that people will start to notice. 

6. Leverage your speakers.

Use the star power of your host or speakers to get the word out. As part of your branding you will have graphics and logos to share; provide them to your speakers and ask them to share them on their own social media platforms. This will spread your marketing net even wider.

Finding a speaker who’s comfortable online doesn’t need to be a daunting task. Use our handy virtual speakers’ marketplace tool to find the perfect online speaker. Then contact us to get started.

7. Make a snappy video.

People love watching videos. Invest some time and money (if you have it) into creating a fun, engaging video that demonstrates what participants will have in store if they register. Share it all over social media and even send it out in your email invite.

8. Get your attendees to market for you.

When your attendees’ register, provide them lots of links and shareable material that they can use to let their own networks know about the awesome event they just signed up for! Word-of-mouth doesn’t need to be face-to-face—if you can leverage social media sharing, it can be an extremely effective way to get people talking about your event. 

9. Don’t drop the ball. 

The day of your event is an incredibly powerful day to continue marketing and generate interest in your next event. Share lots of snippets and highlights throughout the day. This will give people a taste of what they’re missing and will bring lots of attention to you and your team at the same time.

COVID-19 has likely changed the landscape of the events industry for good. There will be a return to live events again, but online events will be more prevalent than they were before the pandemic. Knowing how to effectively promote your virtual event every time will help position you for more success in the future.

Happy planning!

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Ten Tips For Speakers to Increase Your Online Presence

So you’re a speaker, and COVD-19 has left you scrambling to shift your business online. So how do you increase your online presence?

As a speaker, you know that online presence is important. But now that people are conducting most of their business online, it’s more important than ever to have an online presence that packs a punch. In fact, an effective online presence is vital.

There has always been a lot of competition online—now more than ever. As a speaker, there’s a lot of pressure to get yourself out there and really “sell yourself” online.

Being certified is a great way to let customers know you’re a great virtual speaker. We offer a certification at eSpeakers….check it out here.

If your business model has been based on live presentations, you may be new to online presenting. All this online marketing stuff might be a bit intimidating. So we’ve put together this list of key points you should keep in mind as you’re building your new online presence. These ideas can help demystify the process of moving online and will help you feel confident selling yourself as a virtual presenter!

Ten Tips For Increasing Your Online Presence

1. Optimize your website.

Don’t tell us you don’t have a website, because we don’t want to hear it. The statistics say it all: almost 100 percent of consumers go online to find the services and items they’re looking for. So if you don’t have a website, first of all, where have you been? Second, leave this post and get online right now and get working on it.

For the rest of you who do have a website, now you have to optimize it. Make sure that it’s optimized for mobility, is visually appealing and easy to navigate. Contact information should be front-and-center and a click-to-call button is a great thing to have. You may even want to add a live chat feature or an app to your site.

2. Get social, but selectively.

Ten Tips For Speakers to Increase Online Presence: Social media

If you’re new to social media and marketing, an effective way to increase your online presence is to focus on two or three platforms instead of spreading yourself too thin by trying to be everywhere, all at once. Post regularly on two or three platforms and build your presence at a pace you can manage.

3. Build a web.

Your social media platforms should interact with each other. Don’t think of each platform as an entity unto itself but as a web, all connected to each other. Your posts should all link to each other and link to your site as well.

4. Be consistent.

You want to be a regular voice in your field who your community expects to hear from. To build your online presence, post consistently. That means on a schedule, without long lags in between posts, and not ten posts in one day, either. Use social media management tools such as Buffer or Hootsuite to help you schedule your posts and keep on track.

5. Be valuable.

Contrary to popular belief, building an online presence doesn’t just mean getting out as much content as you possibly can. Having a truly valuable online presence means putting out content that is thoughtful, helpful, and well-composed. If you are posting forgettable content, you will quickly be forgotten about. Post content of value and you will become a person of value.

6. Don’t stop blogging.

Blogging is great. Yes, you should blog. They are a great tool to increase your online presence by drawing people to your site and letting people know who you are and what you care about. But people are looking for more than just blogs these days. If you want to be relevant and engaging online, diversify your content by providing videos, webinars, contests, polls, or even hosting or guest hosting on a podcast. The sky’s the limit, check out what’s out there and get creative!

7. Roll video!

Ten Tips For Speakers to Increase Online Presence: Video

As a speaker, it is expected that you will have a demo reel (antiquated term, we know!) so potential clients can view you in action. Employ a professional to edit together a demo of your speaking engagements, make it visually exciting but also clear and concise, and post it on the front page of your website.

8. Engage with your online community.

Posting things passively and waiting for likes isn’t really going to cut it if you want to have a truly significant online presence. So get out there in your online communities, and engage! Start or participate in conversations, give feedback where it is asked for, answer questions…just be present and be helpful! This will help you become a more visible face in your online community, which will lead to connections and hopefully interest in what you are saying.

9. Get familiar with SEO.

Ten Tips For Speakers to Increase Online Presence: SEO

If you want to increase your online presence, SEO is something that you just need to learn about. Do research into what keywords apply to your message as a speaker, and think about how potential clients would search for you online. Then, learn how to apply these keywords and phrases to the various sections of your website and your posts. SEO is an invaluable tool for increasing online presence.

Click here for more on how SEO can help you build traffic to your website.

10. Be a guest.

Don’t forget to put yourself out there and engage with other speakers, planners, bloggers, and other people in your community. Offer your unique voice in the form of guest posts, podcast co-host, or speaker at an event. Getting out there and being heard as much as possible is the best way to increase your online presence and get people talking about you as a speaker!

We hope these tips to increase your online presence have been helpful. Have we left anything out? Let us know in the comments!

eSpeakers is offering virtual speaking certifications! Check them out here and take advantage of our members’ discounts.

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Certified Virtual Presenters Now Available


Certified Virtual Presenters Now Available

Salt Lake City, UT — May 12, 2020 — The shift to online meetings brought on by Covid-19 has highlighted the urgent need for event organizers to find speakers who deliver their content remotely. Many of the old sources for keynoters and trainers do not give any indication of a presenter’s online ability via Zoom, WebEx, etc. 

To assist their friends in the event organization business, eSpeakers announces the Virtual Presenter certification. This certification is a basic test of a presenter’s equipment, environment, and skill using remote presentation tools like Zoom, WebEx, etc. 

Speakers who display the Certified Virtual Presenter badge on their website and eSpeakers profile have been tested for:

  • Solid equipment setup with good microphones, cameras, and lighting
  • A presenting background environment free of noise and distraction
  • Internet connection speed and quality
  • Ability to recover from disconnection and return quickly to the meeting
  • Good use of visual aids, and Q&A capabilities with the audience

In addition, each certification provides a short “virtual proof” video of the presenter, recorded by the certifier during a virtual meeting, so that event organizers can see first-hand what they’ll be getting.

The Certified Virtual Presenter standard has support from leading industry organizations:  

  • Meeting Professionals International
  • Smart Meetings
  • Senior Planners Industry Network

“The certificate does not speak to the presenter’s content, platform skills, experience, etc.,” says Dave Reed, President of eSpeakers. “There are other industry certificates for that. When you hire a Certified Virtual Presenter you can be confident you’re hiring someone who will look good and sound good online, and is comfortable using the tools. We see virtual presentations being a big part of what speakers are doing in 2020.” 

You can see the current list of Certified Virtual Presenters here:

About eSpeakers

eSpeakers is a 20-year-old technology and marketing company providing the speaking industry with an online platform for connecting audiences with the great presenters. With unique desktop and mobile tools, online contracting and payment, and real-time availability, putting the perfect speaker in front of an audience is easy and safe with eSpeakers.

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For more information, please contact:

Joseph Heaps

eSpeakers, CMO