Elements of Virtual Events
A successful virtual event leverages content, engagement, and data. The elements of a virtual event include:
Event domain and website
Legitimize and anticipate the event with a unique domain and website, which will be the authoritative location for any participant questions or concerns before the event. The website should communicate the value your event has, display all relevant information, include frequently asked questions, and a guide through the registration process.
This is the first point of contact to collect data from attendees. Providing an easy to use, hassle free registration process encourages attendees to submit event preferences, personal information, and provide payment. Offer personalized access for attendees with online event registration that incorporates branded reminders and confirmations.
Live presentations and content
Virtual events are meant to foster a shared experience, which is why a virtual engagement platform should be accessible for live content attendance and engaging conversation.
Find the best virtual presenter tips and tricks, here.
Recorded content is a great way to create a polished foundation for the event. In addition, it allows event goers to access content during and after the event for continued learning and sharing.
Learn how to create virtual content with a WOW factor, here.
Networking and breakout sessions
Keep the feel of a live event by offering Q&A sessions, networking events, and breakout sessions during virtual presentations and keynotes.
Live polling and feedback surveys
Live polling and feedback surveys provide you with data and insight during the event that can drive discussion, innovation, tangible event performance and engagement takeaways.
Learn what virtual event analytics can tell you, here.