WebinarGeek participates in Benelux Catalyst

WebinarGeek participates in Benelux Catalyst Program

24 November 2021 - 3 min

WebinarGeek participates, together with eight of the most promising high-tech companies from Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg, in the 2-week Benelux Catalyst program.

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How to convince your colleagues that webinars are the future

18 November 2021 - 8 min

Webinars are the future and webinars are here to stay. Do you still have to convince your colleagues of this? Let WebinarGeek help you with that!


11 Inspiring Tips to Improve Your Conversion Rate

04 November 2021 - 5 min

With a few tips, you can improve the conversion so that visitors to your registration page turn into registrations and viewers.


The Best Time to Host a Webinar

14 October 2021 - 5 min

There are times when it's best to host a webinar. In this blog, you'll learn more about the best time to host a webinar, and of course, which time is not.

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The New Webinar Channel

05 October 2021 - 3 min

A facelift, new features and even more reasons to add your own Webinar Channel today.

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11 New inspiring topics for your next webinar.

23 September 2021 - 12 min

Coming up with new webinar subjects can be quite hard. Hosting the same webinar over and over again gets boring, and stepping out of your comfort zone might make you unsure. In this blog you will learn how to get inspired once more to create new webinars. You get hands-on tips and will be inspired in no-time!


RTMP webinar vs. normal webinar

20 September 2021 - 3 min

Want to add more of your own branding? Or stream in higher quality? Then consider an RTMP webinar.

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The on demand webinar series

03 September 2021 - 2 min

Get to know more about the benefits of the on demand webinar serie.


How to present like Steve Jobs

12 August 2021 - 5 min

How did the CEO become such a good presenter? And how do you apply those skills yourself?