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Getting the Best Use Out of Video Clip Playback

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Today's post is provided by Brittany Jones, ReadyTalk product marketing intern.Video Reel

The market is buzzing about the creation of ReadyTalk’s video clip playback functionality. This feature was implemented to enable rich video content sharing to engage and capture your audience’s attention. Video clip playback allows you to easily upload and stream short video clips with a one step process. What many of you may not know is this feature can be used by several different users for various use cases to meet your business’s web conferencing needs. We’ve noticed the following users produce more effective and engaging presentations when applying video clip playback:

 

  •        Webinar organizers and presenters
  •        Online Training utilizing subject experts
  •        Marketing and Public Relations professionals
  •        Collaborators and Sales Executives

Webinars:

Marketers and webinar organizers will find video clip playback to be a very useful tool for presenters to help keep their audience engaged. With the ability to reuse video content in webinars, you will recognize more ROI on professionally created video content. Marketing and PR professionals have seen significant positive audience reaction when using the tool to incorporate commercials or share a customer testimonial.

Online Training:

The video clip playback feature has seen vast success with producing highly engaged and interactive audiences during online training sessions. We believe video clip playback is most useful during the training process when using video training and process training clips to keep the audience’s attention throughout the conference. By combining video clips with your presentation, your audience will get the repetition it needs to better comprehend and retain your trainings.

Collaboration:

Sales executives can build stronger leads when using video clip playback as a demonstration tool in a sales presentation. Incorporating short video clip demos of your product or a targeted customer testimonial can make all the difference when trying to pass leads through the sales funnel.

With ReadyTalk, you can rest assured that our reliable service will create the highest quality experience for you and your participants. These specific video clip playback uses can help accommodate the desired needs of your business’s webinar, training, and collaboration goals. Taking these ideas and implementing them into your web conferencing process can aid in producing greater sales results and higher satisfaction from your webinar and training audience.

 

 


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