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Tips to Host a Virtual Event

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Tips to Host a Virtual Event

In regards to the global pandemic, many events were called off or canceled due to the covid restrictions. This was the time when events had to resort to being virtual. However, it was a matter of time before event managers realized virtual events were actually a blessing in disguise.


Hosting a virtual event necessitates the same type of recognition and attention as hosting an in-person event. In all circumstances, you’ll need to develop an event strategy to effectively market the event, engage your attendees, generate memorable moments, and demonstrate event success.


So, how do you ensure the success of your event? Here are some suggestions for putting on a successful virtual event.



First things first, event managers or hosts need to checklist necessary virtual elements. The virtual elements include having an event website with a registration portal, enabling access to live video/audio sessions, question and answer sessions, or live polling. Apart from these have live-interaction videos and recorded content featured on the event website. Have a feedback forum for user reviews and comments.




There is a wide range of video-hosting or event-hosting technologies and software available that could help you organize a successful virtual event. However, you should not take your attendees’ digital knowledge or lack of it for granted. It’s ideal to produce a guide for participants before the event that explains how to get to the event, the sessions, and more. Some video hosting services offer practice sessions to test accessibility and video/audio quality, as well as to rule out any technical concerns.



It is obvious that virtual events miss out on the in-person engagement and the social ambiance it creates to interact with one another. For attendees to enjoy virtual events and enhance their experience, event planners can incorporate augmented reality and virtual reality into their virtual events. Apart from this, Live polling can be used to engage attendees, and Q&A sessions can be included to encourage participation.


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