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How to Implement Video Conferencing Right Now

Posted on February 1, 2021

Video conferencing platforms have become a necessity for modern workers in 2020. With remote work and distributed teams, getting together looks a little different. However, many organizations are unsure of how to implement video conferencing. They think it will be too complicated and costly. Or, they have concerns that employees won’t adopt it. Those are all common arguments against video conferencing. Luckily, they aren’t true.

How to Implement Video Conferencing Right Now

Posted on February 1, 2021

Video conferencing platforms have become a necessity for modern workers in 2020. With remote work and distributed teams, getting together looks a little different. However, many organizations are unsure of how to implement video conferencing. They think it will be too complicated and costly. Or, they have concerns that employees won’t adopt it. Those are all common arguments against video conferencing. Luckily, they aren’t true.

How Video Conferencing Tools Increase Productivity

Posted on January 11, 2021

In 2020, many companies let their employees work from home for the first time. Others increased remote work or switched to a fully WFH model for at least part of the pandemic. There’s no question this has been a year to test everyone’s resilience. One silver lining of this era of disruption is that businesses have been forced to try new tools – and in the process, they’ve uncovered the immense potential today’s technology offers. The biggest game-changer on many organization’s pandemic survival stack: video conferencing software.

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6 Realistic Time Management Tips for Remote Workers

Posted on October 23, 2020

Effective time management is a significant challenge for most remote workers. But it doesn’t have to be. Discussed herein are realistic time management tips that’ll turn you into a telecommuting pro within no time.

7 Ways to Promote Your Webinar

Posted on April 20, 2021

Putting on a webinar is an excellent way to engage your audience, especially if you’re marketing for a B2B brand. Even before the pandemic normalized digital experiences, 73 percent of […]

Why Your Team Is Dissatisfied with Your Videoconferencing Software

Posted on March 9, 2021

In 2021, video meetings are the norm. And with the predicted rise in remote work expected to persist even beyond the pandemic, the trend of using technology to connect and collaborate isn’t going anywhere. A more virtual work-world is all well and good if your organization is equipped with the right technology. But, what if you’re noticing problems with video conferencing software dissatisfaction among your team?

Enable Better Collaboration with Reliable Videoconferencing

Posted on January 25, 2021

Collaborating in a virtual environment shouldn’t be hard or require technical aptitude. In a word, it should be simple. After all, technology should help you work smarter, not harder. In the last year, how we work has changed dramatically, but collaboration remains a pillar of any successful team. Collaboration and videoconferencing make a perfect pair.

San Jose Earthquakes Leverage Video Conferencing Technology to Connect Team Members, Staff, and Fans

Posted on September 9, 2020

Sports deliver more than just action to fans, they symbolize so much for the community and culture. Being a fan offers a deep feeling of belonging and devotion, so when the sports season comes to an abrupt halt, fans are impacted along with the players.

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Timing Was Everything for This Manufacturer Deemed Essential During COVID-19

Posted on August 20, 2020

How do you protect your employees and adhere to COVID-19 restrictions when you’re a manufacturer and the products you produce are deemed “essential”?

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Do Polls in Webinars Increase Engagement?

Posted on July 9, 2020

When your audience is engaged, you know your webinar was a success. One of the best ways to boost engagement is to make your webinar interactive with the use of real-time polls. Webinar polls encourage dynamic participation. You can also leverage them to learn more about your audience. Which, in turn, can help you create better webinars.

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Video Conferencing Is the New Email

Posted on June 16, 2020

Email was once hailed as the top form of business communications. Only a couple of years ago, business professionals averaged 6.3 hours a day sending and receiving email messages. Today, however, a new type of business communications is surging for the same reasons that email reigned for more than two decades — convenience and efficiency.

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The Power of Radio and Kindness Funds 5 Million Meals for Feeding America

Posted on June 11, 2020

Ron Stone, the CEO of Adams Radio Group that operates 25 stations across 5 American markets, watched a news story about a San Antonio food bank that caught his eye and inspired him to act. The story featured families whose lives had been up-ended by the COVID-19 pandemic shut-down and who were now waiting in line in their cars at a local food bank in order to get their next meal.

Integrate Live Q&As into Your Webinar

Posted on May 21, 2020

Webinars are a powerful tool for connecting with your audience. They offer a platform for sharing ideas, driving discussions, and facilitating audience education. They are also an effective sales tool. According to InsideSales.com, 73 percent of marketing and sales leaders say webinars are one of the best lead generation tools. But, in order to hold your participants’ attention for the full duration, integrating live Q&As into your webinar is key.

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How to Manage Live Attendee Chat During Webinars

Posted on April 28, 2020

Webinars are golden opportunities for sharing knowledge and connecting with your audience. They’ve become a vital marketing tool that transforms interested leads into customers. They provide an interactive way to present information and get real-time feedback through live attendee chat. However, it can be a huge task to manage chat during your webinar. You want to engage your attendees and encourage their questions and comments, but you have to keep it under control, ensuring the conversation stays on track.