#NoMoreBadZoom Virtual Happy Hour Hosted every Friday at 5pm ET
One of my participants said, “I go to Robbie's Virtual Happy Hour each week to recover from the Zoom fatigue I experience all week.”
That's how much fun we have. Music, good people, learning – all the ingredients of a great event.
“Music, chair dancing, networking, professional development, small group interactions, inspiration, celebrations… Robbie’s #NoMoreBadZoom Virtual Happy Hour is my Friday highlight.”
Entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial-minded people, authors, speakers, consultants, coaches, podcast hosts, and online course creators.
That's what they do, but what you're probably wondering is “who are these people?” They are the most generous, warm, and encouraging community.
I’ve been hosting this event since March 13, 2020 and I look forward to it each week because this amazing community rejuvenates me.
How many usually attend?
- 25-30% are new each week so you definitely won't be the only new participant.
- 50% have attended 8 or more times.
- 20% have attended 20 or more times and plan their week around this event.
What happens at these events?
Welcome and quick overview of a Zoom tip, strategy, or best practice
45+ minutes of Q&A on anything related to Zoom and virtual events
Yes, all of this is free and I host this every single week.
“#NoMoreBadZoom is the place to be to find out how to engage and keep your audience awake during Zoom meetings. Love it. Robbie makes it seem easy and fun (no easy feat).”
Why have I been hosting this free weekly event since March 13, 2020?
It started because I was looking for a way to show up and add value as the world shifted dramatically and the in-person events I used to speak at stopped happening. I had no idea what it would turn into and I’m incredibly grateful so I keep showing up to share valuable content and build community.
I believe events are, and always have been, about content AND connection. Virtual events are NOT an exception.
Who is Robbie Samuels?
I’ve been recognized as “an industry expert in the field of digital events” by JDC Events, wrote “How to Host a Virtual Happy Hour” for Harvard Business Review, and was quoted in Forbes “The History of the Webinar and Why the Webinar Should Be History.”
All of this led to me creating several new revenue streams for my business
Download a PDF that organizes 33 bite-sized Zoom tips and best practices videos into these categories:
- Zoom Starter Kit watch these 7 videos to master the basics
- Before the Event Begins watch these 7 videos to improve the participant experience
- Presenting with Slides? watch these 4 videos for a better presentation experience
- Online Facilitation watch these 7 videos to learn best practices
- Engaging Breakout Rooms watch these 8 videos for breakout room best practices