Webinars have quickly become an effective tool for companies. The ability to promote products, discuss new technologies, and inform both employees and clients about upcoming changes all in a live setting has contributed greatly to their popularity. However—like every technology—webinars aren’t immune to technical issues. Audio problems during webinars, can derail your best preparations and leave a lasting – and unfortunately negative – impression on hosts and participants. The success of webinars relies heavily on clear audio. In order to maximize the full potential of a webinar, avoid audio problems. But how exactly? Here’s how to actively prevent common audio problems during webinars.