Summit Speaker Resource Page
We’re so excited to have you present at the Social Video Summit!
This page will help you prepare for your summit session.
Use the guide below for information and due dates. We’ll also be sending out friendly reminders as due dates get closer.
About Our Audience
These workshops are for marketers, consultants, and agency owners who are success-driven. People will attend from all different industries.
Profile: Our customer is an experienced female B2C marketer who works for a small business and is very interested in improving her video marketing knowledge with Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. She is regularly using Instagram Stories and YouTube native video. She is not likely using live video on any of the platforms and is not using TikTok. Native video is the most important for her right now. She most wants to learn about Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube video.
- Needs to sell more with social media (organic and paid)
- Needs to generate quality leads
- Needs to get more exposure
- Feels out of touch with the new short form video trend
- Needs to embrace short-form video
Rough drafts are due Friday, May 7th
Final presentation slides are due Thursday, May 20th.
Please make sure your presentation is original content and non-promotional (no affiliate links or opt-ins). We encourage you to use highly visual content when possible (“show rather than tell”), and prefer screenshots over live-demos, which can be unreliable. The goal is to provide leading-edge insights and highly actionable tactics and tools. There will not be live Q&A, please bake your most frequently asked questions into your presentation.
What to Include
These guidelines will help you present a great session that is consistent with our attendees’ expectations. Here are the components we’re looking for in your slides:
- Summit Title Slide
- Intro (About me, with picture)
- Overview – What’s the big picture, the “why”, what we’re trying to accomplish, what’s the problem we’re addressing?
- What are we covering – “We’re going to do these things”
- Main content
- How the content helps address the problem mentioned in the overview slide
- Action Items
- How to get in touch (with picture)
Slide Template & Format
To create a consistent visual experience, we request you use our template for your title slide.
Slide format should have a 16:9 aspect ratio
Please make sure all text and images fit within the slide borders
Download the PPT or Keynote templates here:
Sessions are 45-minutes long. Your presentation should be 40-43 minutes.
General Flow of the Session
All sessions have a 15-minute pre-conference, please log in to Streamyard 15 minutes prior to your session (login info will be sent at least one week prior to your session and be added to your calendar invitation). The 5 minutes prior to your session start time are spent chatting with attendees and running your poll question.
At the start time, Phil will introduce you, and your presentation should last between 40-43 minutes.
You will share your slides and/or web browser, etc. from your own computer.
The session will wrap up with closing comments and Phil will end the session.
We ask all Summit presenters to schedule a pre-conference call with Phil and Lori in the weeks prior to their presentation. During this call, we will go through the general overview/flow of your session and of the Summit. This is a relaxed process and is intended to help you feel prepared for the live event, understand what to expect from us, and get your questions answered. It will last up to 30 minutes.
All sessions use the online platform Streamyard.
Live Session Day
Please plan on logging in for your presentation 15 minutes before your scheduled session time.
Please complete a speed test on the computer you will use for your live training session. If you encounter less-than-optimal results, please contact Lori: [email protected]
Technical Info for Your Live Session
Watch this walk through from Luria Petrucci for Streamyard setup tips