Verve Virtual Tip #8

Verve Virtual Tip #8

It’s Important to Build Anticipation and Drama Designing the agenda and using a storytelling arc is probably the single most important element that will keep the engagement high.  Virtual events are mostly about content. There’s not a lot of interaction....
Verve Virtual Tip #7

Verve Virtual Tip #7

Entertaining Moments Are Key to Decompress The variety of formats and keeping the attention high are key, but sometimes you need to disconnect. Listening to an entertainer perform provides you with white space for processing what has been discussed. The diversity of...
Verve Virtual Tip #6

Verve Virtual Tip #6

Hybrid Studio and Video Screen Works  Having a hybrid studio with an emcee and beaming in different speakers from around the world works extremely well. This is what hybrid events are going to look like — hopefully with a growing audience in the studio. It can be very...
Verve Virtual Tip #5

Verve Virtual Tip #5

Pre-Recorded Content Is an Opportunity to Be Clever The event’s pre-produced segments can be very effective. If you are working with presenters that could not be there, recording them in their usual environment at home with just a camera on their computer...
Verve Virtual Tip #4

Verve Virtual Tip #4

Session Formats Should Be Varied Alternating between a live component, an emcee, a recorded video, or a performance keeps the show engaging at all times. And once again, this is  key to keep you there, hooked and eager to discover what was coming next. Keeping the...
Verve Virtual Tip #3

Verve Virtual Tip #3

Short Segments Are the Way to Go The second element that keeps an online event engaging is flow . Keep segments very short. Try to access a roster of diverse speakers with a lot of important topics to discuss. However, it is very easy to reach saturation quickly while...