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ReadyTalk and Web Conferencing

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Web Conferencing has become a critical component of a vast majority of business' communication strategy. If you are not using web conferencing as a solution now, I would ask - why not?

I have come up with a list of uses for web conferencing. This is by no means a comprehensive list. I am hoping to give non-users some reasons to adopt web conferencing as well as giving current users some creative ideas on how web conferencing can be used within their companies.

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  • Training: You can conduct remote training sessions using application sharing as a visual guide.
  • Sales: Use web conferencing to reach out to hundreds of people at once
  • Lead Generation: The conference itself can be used as a lead generation tool. The recording can also be used.
  • Internal Meetings: Ad hoc internal meetings are a breeze especially with remote employees.

  • Thought leadership: Conduct a web seminar to discuss your topic of expertise to thousands.
  • Investor Relations: Conduct IR calls with your shareholders and record the call for your records.
  • Public Relations: PR firms can use the tool to disseminate knowledge about their clients to the media.
  • Technical Support: Take control of someone's desktop to repair their software or computer.
  • Podcasting:With the ReadyTalk service, you can turn your recordings into podcasts with the click of a button.

 

Above our nine uses of web conferencing, I just came up with off the top of my head. I am sure there are many more. What are some of the creative ways you use web conferencing? I would love to hear from you.

 


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