ReadyTalk

Meet with Confidence

Check it Out: ReadyTalk + Google Calendar

Posted by Beth Toeniskoetter on
Share this Post:

Meetings can be stressful…finding a date and time for the masses of you must include, creating an agenda to ensure the time is productive and well-spent, and following up on next steps to keep the project at hand moving. You don’t want to pile on additional work for yourself (or for those you've invited) by trying to remember what audio and web information you should include for those joining remotely.

ReadyTalk has this for covered for Microsoft Outlook users, and starting today, we are providing some love for Google Calendar users as well. With our Google Calendar Gadget, you can:

  • Start an ad-hoc meeting directly from the Sidebar, which launches web conference controls without having to enter your ReadyTalk credentials
  • Schedule a one-time or recurring meeting that includes all of the information that your participants need to join
  • Include our Dial-Me feature which allows meeting participants to have the audio conference call them directly, and then drop them into the web meeting as well

Google Calendar Gadget - Sample Workflow

Get more details about the ReadyTalk Google Calendar Gadget or just add it to your Calendar now!


Comments for Check it Out: ReadyTalk + Google Calendar

blog comments powered by Disqus

Recent Posts

How to Identify and Clean up Bad Data

How to Identify and Clean up Bad Data The implications of bad data are huge, as we discussed in this post. It causes not just direct financial losses to the tune of $600 billion...

Top 5 Webinar Lead Generation Mistakes

Top 5 Webinar Lead Generation Mistakes A webinar is a proven medium to generate high quality leads. However, merely going through the motions does not guarantee leads. For the...

Moving your Organization to a Strategic Demand Generation Strategy [Guest Post]

Today's post is provided by Carlos Hidalgo, CEO and Principal at ANNUITAS. You can follow Carlos on Twitter, @cahidalgo. I had the privilege to present on a webinar sponsored by...

How to Target a Demand Generation Audience vs. a Nurturing Series

How to Target a Demand Generation Audience vs. a Nurturing Series   A basic marketing funnel includes three phases: demand generation, lead nurturing and sales. It's like a person...

Cost Analysis of Webinar Leads

 Cost Analysis of Webinar Leads Webinars have gained popularity as a cost effective lead generation tactic in the past couple of years. Depending on your webinar strategy, the...

Webinar Promotion Q&A with Marketing Experts

Your Webinar Questions Answered by HourlyNerd's Dan Slagen and ReadyTalk's Shawn Cardinal On August 19, Dan Slagen, the CMO of HourlyNerd spoke on ReadyTalk’s webinar series about...

Watch your audience go from yawn to yay!

ReadyTalk Hosts Susan Stewart on our Webinar Series Time and time again people eagerly register for webinars, to only drift off from the live event and leave the webcast wondering...

The Cost of Bad Data

Cost of Bad Data Bad data is data that is not perfect – it could be incorrect data, data with missing chunks or data that is delayed. Most businesses do not realize it yet, but bad...

Optimize Your Webinar Spending with the Webinar ROI Calculator

Optimize Your Webinar Spending with the Webinar ROI Calculator As a marketer, you’re probably asked to provide weekly results in order to justify your budget and efforts. Week over...