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Ken Molay
Cary, NC USA
Webinar consultant, blogger, and services provider
Interests: Classic film, comedy, music of many genres
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Take a quick look at the video below. If it doesn’t play in your feed reader, you can find it on YouTube at The video is only 55 seconds long: Pretty cool, isn’t it? It really is… I’m not... Continue reading
Posted May 9, 2022 at The Webinar Blog
Ha, perfect! :)
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Today I saw a tweet from a presentation trainer whom I know and respect. They wrote that in a training call, they used an analogy referencing a 1980s Sally Struthers ad campaign about feeding children. It landed flat, leaving the... Continue reading
Posted Mar 28, 2022 at The Webinar Blog
Come, let’s engage in a little blue sky speculation. This is going to be one of my infrequent posts talking about financial considerations, so disclaimers are important: I have ZERO insider information or informants providing any facts or rumors that... Continue reading
Posted Mar 17, 2022 at The Webinar Blog
Thanks, Craig. Lots of good suggestions and thoughts in your post.
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Ha! I did, but with a LOT of caveats and almost as much explanation as I put in this post. A man telling a woman how to speak is fraught with generations worth of baggage.
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Well, we’re getting towards that time of year again… The “danger weeks” when locations start changing between Standard Time and Daylight Saving Time. Here in the United States, some states (or even localities within a state) may choose to use... Continue reading
Posted Mar 2, 2022 at The Webinar Blog
LogMeIn rebranded today to better reflect their primary product line. The company is now known as GoTo. Product names that we care about on this blog remain largely the same, but now get a space in the name. So GoToMeeting... Continue reading
Posted Feb 2, 2022 at The Webinar Blog
I’m going to write about ongoing lawsuits involving webinar software vendors. I should start with a disclaimer that I have ZERO legal training and no firsthand knowledge of the case specifics. I am an unbiased external observer interested in what’s... Continue reading
Posted Jan 20, 2022 at The Webinar Blog
I am an old, white, cisgender male. A product of my culture, my upbringing, and my practical work/life experiences. Why start with an introduction like that? Because I am going to delve into a controversial topic and my identity is... Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2022 at The Webinar Blog
2021 was another busy year for webinars as the pandemic plodded on and remote collaboration continued to be the norm. My busy season went later than usual, with webinars booked right up through Christmas week! But now we’re into the... Continue reading
Posted Jan 3, 2022 at The Webinar Blog
Thanks, Dave! All we can do is keep spreading the evangel. :)
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It’s time once again to revisit a controversial topic. Is the conventional wisdom about webcam presentations correct? Does having the presenters appear on camera enhance the experience? Whenever I write about this, I have to couch the subject in disclaimers.... Continue reading
Posted Dec 13, 2021 at The Webinar Blog
Use the morph feature of PowerPoint to make your video edits a little less jarring in Camtasia. Continue reading
Posted Nov 22, 2021 at The Webinar Blog
My car has OnStar driver assistance. I tap a button and a live representative comes on the line. I was driving the other day and asked them for directions to a restaurant. (Yes, this is a post about webinars. Stay... Continue reading
Posted Nov 18, 2021 at The Webinar Blog
Webex put up a blog post announcing support for attendee-selectable interpretation channels in online meetings. This is a good thing and increasingly crucial in reaching international audiences. One of the features I really like in the Webex implementation is a... Continue reading
Posted Nov 4, 2021 at The Webinar Blog
Interesting... Mine hasn't caught up yet! I'm still seeing the behavior (and I'm on O365 as well). I'll keep checking over the next few days. Thanks for the update.
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Engagement, engagement, ENGAGEMENT! It’s the buzzword darling of our industry right now. You can’t click on a link about webinars, webcasts, and virtual presenting without encountering a sentence urging you to find ways to better engage your audience. Want to... Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2021 at The Webinar Blog
Well, that’s a confrontational title, isn’t it? The last three presentations I watched all suffered from the same fundamental mistake. It’s very common and there’s a good chance your presentations might feature this design error as well. Now when I... Continue reading
Posted Oct 14, 2021 at The Webinar Blog
Allow me to share a personal story. I wonder if it might resonate with you? I’m giving a presentation next week. I carefully planned my story flow, interaction breaks, and content. I went through all my slides, speaking out loud,... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2021 at The Webinar Blog
Here’s a strange one for you! I discovered a curious behavior in Microsoft PowerPoint that looked like a bug to me. But I found that Microsoft considers it intentional designed behavior. Take a look and see what you think. As... Continue reading
Posted Sep 13, 2021 at The Webinar Blog
There is a famous gag in the old “I Love Lucy” TV show where an English tutor tries to stop the gang from using slang terms: The hapless language expert tells them there are two words they should never use…... Continue reading
Posted Sep 1, 2021 at The Webinar Blog
Pop quiz: What country is missing in this registration list? What if I scroll down a bit… Can you pick out the missing country in this part of the list? We’re looking at a built-in registration field offered in Zoom.... Continue reading
Posted Aug 17, 2021 at The Webinar Blog
It took six months, but I finally got LogMeIn to fix a nasty bug in GoToWebinar. I made a decision to keep the bug quiet in order to reduce the likelihood of people using it against unwitting webinar presenters. Now... Continue reading
Posted Jul 12, 2021 at The Webinar Blog
Time for another episode of presentation myth busters. You may already be familiar with the oft-quoted nonsense about “Mehrabian finding that 93% of communication is nonverbal.” You may have read my own breakdown of why “The 10-20-30 Rule” isn’t a... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2021 at The Webinar Blog