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3 Virtual Event Ideas That Lead To More Audience Engagement


My niece Anabella helped me construct a TV out of a cardboard box. She and I agree it's pretty cool.

There's only one problem with our disposable TV: there's no remote control. (I'm amazed at the junk I'll watch if I have to get up to change the channel.)

Maybe you're too young to remember life before the remote control. But you're never too young (or old) to apply a few lessons from 1980s television to virtual events.

So, this week on The Loyalty Loop, we're using our homemade television, a hammock, Madonna, some dominoes, even the kitchen stove to introduce three ideas to improve virtual events!

This week's video is part three in our four-part series challenging everyone to create better online events. If you missed the first two episodes, watch them here.

In the meantime, if you have any ideas on how to produce a more engaging, interesting, and exciting virtual event, send them my way!

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