The question “How much time do I need?” comes up alot in the context of preparing for a webinar. What tends to happen is the presenter has a slide deck in hand and they wait until the week before to really start considering the audience needs and reviewing the content. It’s not until the webinar practice […]
Is it time to use Twitter as part of our webcast strategy? Twitter has become a true social phenomena. As the eMarketer chart below shows, Twitter’s popularity continues to grow: ComScore reported 4 million unique visitors in February 2009 while Nielson Online reported 7 million. Both services show the growth rate above 1000% year over […]
Having trouble with your Adobe Connect audio or connection? Here are instructions for testing your setup: https://helpx.adobe.com/adobe-connect/using/connection-test-connect-meeting.html If your problem is audio-related, we have found the simplest thing to do is dial the conference bridge number from your telephone. The VOIP service is not always reliable. Hope this helps.
Webinars. You know they are out there, but inevitably when the topic in question becomes a priority for you, you just can’t find them. Google is your first stop, but the results are just lost in the mass of content they provide. You may visit key industry hubs, but you wonder if your missing anything. […]
We edit live webinars to produce event recordings that can be used for post-webinar marketing and training, and think alot about how to get the most out of these live events. Many of our customers will update specific slides or request that we edit out details like pricing that may change over time. Between judicious […]