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What is the best day and time to present your webinar? What is the average webinar length? What is the average attendance via mobile app? These valuable insights – and many more – have been collected in the ClickMeeting 2016 Webinar Benchmarks Report & Best Practices. What I found most valuable is knowing the best days and times to run Webinars. I keep being reminded I should by Amy Porter's ads on YouTube.

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    Lisa Sicard

    about 1 year ago #

    Hi Gail - Love your infographic. It is amazing that the days and times are similiar to email campaigns for webinars.. I do more and more of webinars today for my day job and an hour is about all I can do to have something sink in. Anything more than an hour and I've lost the focus of the webinar. I'm amazed by how many webinars take place every day. I think it will continue to grow too. Thanks for sharing!

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    Philip Verghese

    about 1 year ago #

    Indeed these statistics are really notable.
    554+k events in a year and 1518 events per day!
    35% growth is really a great growth.
    The 1 minute 24 sec. video along with the infographic speaks volume.
    Thanks Gail for this wonderful information.
    Good share Gail.
    Keep sharing.
    Have a great week ahead.

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    Reginald Chan

    about 1 year ago #

    Found this and great infographic to be honest! I have seen tons of people rushing through webinars and this guide is a must-read for marketers!

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    Joy Healey

    about 1 year ago #

    Thanks for sharing the webinar statistics Gail.

    I specially liked that there were three ways to access it - brief video, infographic and downloadable PDF.

    I was amazed at the hours spent on webinars - and that's just on ClickMeeting. But compared to the time that would be wasted with people travelling for meetings and conferences webinars are a great time-saving. With the global spread of attendees, it's obvious that without webinar platforms most people would never be able to access the information presented.

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    Brenda Pace

    about 1 year ago #

    Hi Gail! Love the infographic!

    I find the stats interesting, especially during lunch hours (where I prefer to eat). I guess with people on the go, it's easier to watch a webinar versus reading a book? Saves time, I'm sure. Thanks for sharing this with us. Still soaking up all the stats. :)


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    James McAllister

    about 1 year ago #

    Really love infographics like these because not only does it have everything right there in a quick to read manner, but I can save it to my computer to refer to later. I've looked up some of the data surrounding webinars before but forgot it and couldn't find it again.

    I downloaded both the infographic and the PDF file, very very useful and will be great for me as I prepare my next webinar. Thank you for sharing!

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    Lorraine Reguly

    about 1 year ago #

    There are many different ways to present a webinar. It is nice to see that ClickMeeting is loved by a lot of people.

    This is a very nicely made infographic. I am curious which tool you used to make it, Gail!

    The stats are neat too... and informative. :) It's cool to see that over half the people participated in the group chat, too!

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    Ravi Chahar

    about 1 year ago #

    Hey Gail,

    In the recent times, people have become more focused on the way they start their conversation and how they manage to keep their readers engaged.
    The timing from 10AM to 2PM seems to be quite effective. But due to the different time zones, it may vary.

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    Ryan Biddulph

    about 1 year ago #

    Hi Gail,

    That hour cut off sounds about right; maybe a little bit longer if you are energetic dynamos because folks WILL stay tuned in if you keep 'em there.. Me and wifey do live webinars and though we drift toward 90 minutes we really ramp up our energies to provide an entertaining, humorous, witty and energized creation. If you do go solo really engage your audience. Key to creating good, enthralling webinars whether you're going alone or with a guest, or co-host.

    Thanks for sharing.


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    Eren Mckay

    about 1 year ago #

    It's great to have data that we can rely on when deciding to plan a webinar. Knowing that the best hours are from 10 AM til 2 PM tells me that many people are watching webinars during their lunch break.
    The best days for hosting and inviting being Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays doesn't come as a surprise to me but it's good to know that the report backs up a hunch that I already had. I downloaded the full PDF report. Very useful!

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