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Webinar evaluation form

webinar evaluation form

Are you looking to gather valuable feedback from businesses that attend your webinars? The webinar evaluation form is an excellent tool for assessing the effectiveness of your online events.

Whether you're a B2B service provider, an SaaS company, or even an educational institution hosting webinars for businesses, this form ensures you collect the insights needed to improve your future presentations and keep your audience engaged.

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Questions to include on your webinar evaluation form

1. Participant Information

Gather basic information about the participants, including their name, job title, and company. This will help you understand the background and demographics of the attendees.

  • What is your name?
  • What is your job title?
  • What is the name of your company?

2. Webinar Content

Ask questions about the content of the webinar and its relevance to the participants. This will help you understand if the content was engaging, informative, and beneficial for the attendees.

  • How relevant was the webinar topic to your business? (Not relevant, Somewhat relevant, Very relevant)
  • How would you rate the quality of the content presented? (Poor, Average, Good, Excellent)
  • What was the most valuable takeaway from the webinar?

3. Presenter Evaluation

Evaluate the presenter's performance to get insights on their communication skills, clarity, and ability to engage the audience.

  • How would you rate the presenter's communication skills? (Poor, Average, Good, Excellent)
  • Was the presenter clear and easy to understand? (Yes, No)
  • How well did the presenter engage the audience? (Not engaging, Somewhat engaging, Very engaging)

4. Technical Aspects

Gather feedback on the technical aspects of the webinar, such as the audio and video quality, as well as the overall user experience.

  • How would you rate the audio quality of the webinar? (Poor, Average, Good, Excellent)
  • How would you rate the video quality of the webinar? (Poor, Average, Good, Excellent)
  • Were there any issues with the webinar platform or interface that affected your experience?
  • Did you experience any technical difficulties during the webinar? (Yes, No)
  • If yes, please describe the technical difficulties you experienced.

5. Future Webinars

Get insights on what topics the participants would like to see in future webinars, and if they would recommend your webinars to their colleagues.

  • What topics would you like to see covered in future webinars?
  • Would you recommend our webinars to your colleagues? (Yes, No)

Asking for topics for future webinars can help you plan and adjust your content strategy based on the interests and needs of your target audience. This will increase the likelihood of attendees finding your webinars beneficial and engaging.

Other question ideas

When you are creating your webinar evaluation form, here are some additional questions you may want to consider. These won't apply in every case, but should give you some ideas as you build out your form.
  • Did the webinar meet your expectations? (Yes, No, Exceeded)

    • This question provides insights on whether the webinar lived up to the attendees' expectations, which can help you understand how well the event was promoted and how accurately the content was conveyed.
  • What specific action or change will you implement in your business based on the webinar content?

    • This question helps you understand the practical impact of the webinar and whether attendees found any actionable takeaways to improve their businesses.
  • How did you hear about this webinar? (Email, Social media, Colleague, Other)

    • This question helps you assess the effectiveness of your marketing channels in promoting the webinar, which can guide you in optimizing your marketing strategy for future events.
  • How would you rate the Q&A session at the end of the webinar? (Not useful, Somewhat useful, Very useful)

    • This question gives insights on the effectiveness of the Q&A session, which can help you improve the way questions are handled and addressed in future webinars.
  • How likely are you to attend another webinar from us? (Not likely, Somewhat likely, Very likely)

    • This question gauges the participants' overall satisfaction with the webinar and their likelihood to participate in future events, which can help you measure the success of the webinar and identify areas for improvement.
  • If you could ask the presenter one question, what would it be?

    • This question allows attendees to voice any remaining questions or concerns, which can provide valuable feedback on content gaps or areas that may need further clarification.

Things to consider

  1. Keep it concise - Avoid making the form too long, as this may discourage users from completing it. Stick to the most important questions and prioritize the information you want to collect.
  2. Use logical flow - Organize the questions in a coherent and easy-to-follow order, grouping related questions together. This will make the form more user-friendly and improve the user experience.
  3. Mobile-friendly design - Ensure that the form is easy to view and complete on mobile devices, as many users may access it from their phones or tablets.
  4. Use clear and concise language - Make sure your questions are easy to understand, avoiding jargon or complex phrases. This will make it easier for users to answer questions accurately and quickly.
  5. Leverage HTML5 input types - Use appropriate input types for each question, such as text fields, radio buttons, or select boxes. This will make the form more user-friendly and improve the overall experience.
  6. Include a clear call-to-action - Make it obvious where and how users should submit the form, using a prominent submit button. This will increase the likelihood of users completing and submitting the form.
  7. Data privacy - Assure users that their data will be protected and used responsibly. Include a brief privacy notice or a link to your privacy policy, to build trust and encourage users to provide honest feedback.

How to create your webinar evaluation form

Now that you know what questions you should include, it's time to build your form!

The only problem is that traditional forms tools are inefficient.

People will forget to fill out your form. They'll get stuck halfway and not be able to finish it. Or they'll send you the wrong stuff. You end up wasting hours chasing people down over email. 

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  • Automatic reminders - Remind people to complete their form with fully customizable reminders.
  • Reject incorrect information - If a single question is filled out incorrectly, ask your client to re-do just that one item.
  • Autosaving - No progress gets lost. People can fill out forms in multiple sittings.
  • Comments and questions - If the person filling the form gets stuck, they can ask a question without having to email you.

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