By now, most people have had the experience of attending a webinar. An attendee logs on, and spends a certain amount of time listening to audio and viewing a slide presentation. It is likely that attendees will interact via online polling and ask questions during the presentation. Hopefully they will leave the experience with a few takeaways. Webinars have proven to be a great marketing tool, as well as a valuable way to connect people in various geographic locations to information. But, how much of the webinar do attendees actually listen to?
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