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Marketing At Educational Seminars – Audience Mistrust

    As mentioned in our previous post before, when it comes to marketing at educational seminars, there will always be pros and cons. Today, we will be touching on one of the disadvantages known as the audience mistrust of the presenter’s intentions. This can occur when the presenter starts to discuss about his/her own products and/or

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    Marketing at Educational Seminars – Captive Audience

      Having an expert perception by the audience is not the only advantage when one is marketing at an educational seminar. There are many other advantages as well. One of which revolves around gaining a captive audience. Most or in fact all the participants of a seminar would normally take a look at the subject of

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      Marketing at Educational Seminars – Expert Perception

        In this series, we will be talking about the pros and cons of marketing at educational seminars. Firstly, educational seminars bring together participants with a desire to know more about the topic of presentation. A majority of businesses host their own educational seminar so that the public will be able to relate to the expertise

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        Creating A Job Seminar – Q&A

          If there is any common factor throughout every seminar out there, it would have to be the question and answer (Q&A) session at the end of the session. In fact, to not have a Q&A session at the end of one’s seminar is extremely rare. This is the part of the seminar where participants actually

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          Creating A Job Seminar – Prior Preparations

            In order to be viewed by your participants as someone who is professional, your seminar should always started on the stated time. The only excuse for not starting the seminar on time is if the turnout is not 50 percent and if you inform the present participants that you will be waiting for others to

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            Preparing a Seminar Checklist – Topic

              There are many individuals who neglect preparing a seminar checklist when they plan a seminar. Majority of them feel that it is not necessary and it would simply be redundant as well as a waste of time to do so. However, by preparing a seminar checklist, one would be better prepared for the actual event

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              Managing Seminars – Sales Offers

                There are some seminars that have sales offers for the participants to purchase. If your seminar is one of those, then perhaps you can read this to learn more about product placement and how you can convince more participants to make purchase and not walk away empty handed. There are quite a number of seminars

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                Managing Seminars – Back-up Plan

                  “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” That’s a common saying that many individuals are used to hearing. Yes, it is indeed the most ideal scenario to have a plan in placed. Unfortunately, there are still times that you fail even though you have a properly structured plan ready. This can be due

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                  Managing Seminars – Unexpected Guests

                    Unexpected guests are basically anyone who arrives at your seminar without an invitation or prior notification. It is important to know how to handle and deal with such individuals as it can reflect your image. At the same time, you want to make sure that there are enough seats available for all your invited guests.

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                    Managing Seminars – Sticking to Schedule

                      There is always this ever popular phrase that says “state to the plan”. This goes the same for a seminar. Well, before even sticking to it, there has to be one to begin with. You should know that if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. So always come up with a schedule for

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