Webinar

A/V Remote Control For Webinars

May 15, 2012
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Managing the microphones and webcams of different participants in a webinar or webcast can be tricky at times. Fumbling around with unfamiliar controls, or having to ask other people for assistance can greatly diminish the flow the presentation. OmNovia, a global leader in webinar technology has introduced its AV remote to which strives to...

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Easy, Free, One On One Conferencing

September 15, 2011
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If you need a quick way to video conference one on one with another participant, Vidquick might be just what you’re looking for. This new, free service doesn’t require registering, or logging in. You just visit the Vidquick website, fill out a short form, then you and your conference partner will get an email...

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Cut Seminar Costs by Holding a Webinar

May 26, 2011
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The word “webinar” has come to mean a seminar or meeting that is held on the internet rather than in person. Webinars are becoming increasingly popular as an alternative to seminars that require participants to travel. Let’s further explore what webinars are and how they can cut costs to your business or organization. A...

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Quick Comparison of Webconference/Webinar Providers

September 27, 2010
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Quick Comparison of Webconference/Webinar Providers

Here’s a snapshot comparison of various web-conferencing solutions. Over $100/month webex Event Center Free Trial?: Yes Price: Request quote. Recording: Yes, audio/video using flash or windows media file. Features: Unlimited meetings up to 3000 ppl. Automated email management, streaming audio/video, powerpoint presentations, share documents, applications and more. Support: Free training, online user guide, free...

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Businesses that Benefit from Video Conferencing

February 28, 2010
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Video conferencing services are rapidly becoming one of the most popular business communication and meeting tools on the market. More and more business entities are realizing the benefit to using a video conferencing system as a standard part of company operations. Whether it’s performed on an individual basis, such as desktop video conferencing, or...

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Which Web Conferencing Service is Right for You?

March 9, 2008
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With the price of gas, airline tickets and other travel related items on the rise, more and more companies are looking for cost effective alternatives to sending their people around the country to attend meetings. For many smart companies, the answer is a web conference, and there are many advantages to having employees meet...

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Make Things Easy for your Attendees!

February 7, 2008
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Make Things Easy for your Attendees!

When choosing a webinar or webconferencing vendor, it makes sense to pick the simplest solution for your needs, and this includes the needs of your attendees. Many people are not really computer-savvy and if you ask your audience to install or download software, they may be either unsure of what they should do, or...

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FAQ: How to Pick the Right Day for your Webinar

January 28, 2008
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One measure of a successful webinar is how many people actually attended. Scheduling your event for the best day possible can positively influence the percentage of people who attend your event. Weekends are usually a bad choice because most chose to spend that time with their families, pursuing their hobbies, shopping, or just relaxing....

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Important features to look for in Webinar Software.

December 23, 2007
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Valuable Web Conferencing Features The type and size of your online event determines the necessary capabilities of your web conferencing software. If you are giving a training seminar for a handful of employees, obviously you need a less robust solution than if you are conducting a multimedia presentation for hundreds of attendees. Here are...

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Your 1st WebConference: How To Make it a Success

October 18, 2007
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Here are some basics to help you manage a successful web conference or webinar: Before the conference: 1. Preparing your agenda before starting the meeting ensures a smooth flow to the conference. Outline the important topics carefully. Have a list of questions and answers handy. 2. In most cases, meetings should not exceed around...

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