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March 23, 2009

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Webinar presented by two Web Conferencing veterans - "Running Your Own Webinar: A Step by Step Guide for Success", 3/31/09, 1pm ET.

A free Webinar about...Webinars! Offered online Tuesday, March 31st at 1pm ET. Presented by Rich Baker, CEO of Glance Networks, and Brian Walkey, President of MeetingZone. Register today!

This free Webinar is a must-see for ANY small or medium-sized business looking to leverage the powerful new medium of Webinars effectively. 

A Webinar is simply a web seminar -- and today they're a big factor in any marketing mix. Attendees can see your presentations, charts, and more, in real time, from anywhere in the world. This new technology is full of possibilities...IF you've been armed with the right skills.

This definitive training session will explore the Top Ten Things You Can Do With A Webinar, Recruiting Presenters, Registering Participants, Promoting Your Webinar, Preparing Content, Hosting, Audio, Moderating and Presenting, Recording And Posting, and Followup Communications. In one highly engaging hour of learning, attendees will be transformed into "Webinar Pros."

The Webinar is free and takes place on your computer - anyone can sign up, but do it now while space is still available. Sign up and receive a URL and the phone number to join the session in one click.

Register today!

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