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May 08, 2009

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And the economy is still a huge factor when considering company travel budgets, both from the standpoints of cost of travel and the employee time spent away from the office. Additionally, I think that participants may well be more likely to participate vocally when using Webinars and Virtual Conferences. I have found that often during actual conferences just a few people will dominate the question and answer period. Too often those people are just trying to promote themselves and may not provide valuable information to the discussion. The Webinar or Virtual Conference may not provide that "stage" thus, making it possible for others to contribute. The Webinars, Virtual Conferences, and Twitter Chats just make good economic sense, regardless of the state of the economy.

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Richard

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