MBA1140 Q&A Wednesday: What gear do you recommend for my webinars?

We know webinars work. So what tools do you need to make them work better? It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’re helping one listener choose the best gear for the job.

There are a million audio/visual gadgets out there, but we’re focusing on the must-haves, the bare essentials that have the greatest overall impact on the quality of your webinar. As longtime webinar hosts (and webinar software developers), we’ve learned a thing or two.

From mics to cameras, boom arms to lighting, we’ve got the most practical, least expensive ways to produce a professional webinar.

Plus, we’ve got tips on how to use these tools to give the best webinar possible. Learn what to use, where to get it, and how to make it all work. Toss the bells and whistles aside, and focus on what matters most to your ultimate goal: conversions. Click Play!


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