The Google Analytics dashboard is not the only tool you need to manage your online marketing efforts.
You can also use Google’s Live Webinar feature to create an interactive webinar, where attendees can watch live, annotated content, for example.
In this article, we’re going to walk you through creating an interactive live-view webinar from the Google Analytics Dashboard and then stream it to your audience.
This is an ideal way to use the Google’s live webinar functionality for live event content, where you can stream content from your company, customers, and partners.
Create an interactive online webinar that your audience will enjoy to watch and learn from Google’s interactive webinars article First, let’s look at how to create the Google Dashboard for our interactive webincourse.
In order to use this dashboard, we’ll need a Google Analytics account.
For those who don’t have an account, you can create one using the Google API.
The dashboard is designed to be simple to use and you can access it by clicking on the Google+ button at the top of the page.
In addition to Google Analytics, you’ll also need a third-party analytics provider like Google Analytics Pro or Microsoft Visual C++ 2010, to provide the content on the dashboard.
Open Google Analytics and log in to the Google Developers Console by clicking the Tools menu on the top-right of the Google Developer Console.
Next, click on the Tools dropdown in the top navigation menu.
On the Tools tab, select New Tool.
Name the new tool “Dashboard.”
On the Create New Tool screen, click Add.
The Create New tool will open a new window with the name dashboard.
In the Create new tool dialog box, select the Analytics and Customizable Content option.
Enter a descriptive title for your interactive webevent.
Enter the URL of the webinar on your dashboard.
Next click on Create New Event.
Next to the Analytics field, select Customizable content.
You should see a list of all your event content on your Google Analytics.
Now, open Google Analytics on your desktop, by clicking Analytics on the toolbar.
On your dashboard, click Events.
In your Events tab, scroll down to the bottom and click New Event or Customizable.
Click the Create button next to the Customizable field.
In a couple of seconds, you should see an interactive dashboard window.
To create an Interactive Webinar, click the Add button to add a new event to your dashboard with the URL “dashboard:your_event_url.html.”
Now that you have the Analytics dashboard set up, we can use Google Eventbrite to create and host our webinar.
To host an Interactive Event, click Customize, and then click the Host button.
A new window will appear, which contains all the data required to host the webinar.
To add the video content for the webinvite, click Create.
To send the webchat content to your followers, click Host.
If you want to watch the video on your audience’s computer, you may also want to create another Webinar Dashboard to host it, so that you can watch it later.
For more information on creating webinarrays, click here.
To upload the webevent to your Google Cloud Storage account, click Upload to Google Cloud.
When you’re finished uploading, click Save.
Now you have a webinar dashboard, and a video webinar with all the content for your webinar ready to go.
Create your own interactive webchat on Google Cloud storage To create your own live webchat, you will need to upload your webevent video content to Google’s Cloud Storage service.
To do so, you need two things: a Google account and Google Analytics Webinars.
First, sign in to your account using your Google account, then go to the Tools Menu in the Google Console.
Click Google Analytics in the search box to find Google Analytics tools.
Then click Add Google Account to your Account.
On this screen, enter your Google ID and password, as well as the URL for your Google Webinar Video content.
In our example, the URL is dashboard:dashboard_your_custom_webinar_url:dash_your.html.
After the page is loaded, click Start Uploading.
The file should appear in your Google Drive, and you’ll need to copy it to the appropriate folder on your PC.
When the file is ready, click OK.
Once the file upload is complete, click Continue Uploading to save your new webinar to Google Drive.
Next Step: Hosting your own webinar Now that we have our webinaredetails, we need to host them on our own Google Cloud account.
Open the Google Cloud Console by going to the tools menu, then click on Cloud.
Next page, click New.
Name your new Google Cloud Webinar.
Click on the Hosting tab. Enter your