What is the difference
between a live event and a regular chat?
A moderated live event
is an online three-way exchange between a guest speaker, a moderator and
an audience in a specially adapted chat room. A live event often places
a real world happening, personality, product or service into the spotlight
where safe and clear communication is paramount.
A regular chat room is open for all participants to speak at anytime,
and does not allow management of the comments that are made. Your live
event and guest speaker would be wide open to comments that would possibly
offend or ruin the overall tone of the event. Unlike regular "free-flow"
chat, a live event enables members to ask questions of the speaker via
a special moderation tool.
do not immediately appear on the chat screen, but rather are sent to live
event personnel who present the questions one at a time which:
with the flow of the exchange,
to control the overall quality of the event,
filters the questions/comments to avoid any potentially damaging comments
from being submitted, and
assists the guest speaker in presenting their information in the most
A live event environment provides the best possible communication between
speaker and audience with both able to participate clearly and effectively.
For a live event demonstration
or further details please contact us.
Read on to find out how you might use a live event.