ReadyTalk

Meet with Confidence

Trying to increase your webinar attendance? Check out ReadyTalk's newest Social Media sharing tools on Conference Center!

Posted by Beth Toeniskoetter on
Share this Post:

Social media is here to stay.

And it keeps. On. Growing.

The three major players, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, continue to garner the most users in both the B2C and B2B arena. ReadyTalk customers often conduct large webinars on a regular basis for several purposes, such as online training, new product launches, and most often, lead generation and qualification.  This is where social media and webinars marry, since our customers are constantly looking for ways to easily engage with their audiences and increase registrations prior to their event, especially with tools they already use.

To continue our focus on the marketing user, ReadyTalk has added the following social media features to Conference Center to help our customers leverage their own social networks, as well as those of their audience) to expand their reach and drive more qualified leads:


  • LinkedIn Integration for Scheduled Meetings (ReadyTalk already offers automated promotion through Facebook and Twitter)

  • Enable your participants to easily share your upcoming webinar on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn through the registration page and event emails


 

 

As a chairperson, you have the option to turn the ability for your participants to share your event on their social networks at any time.

 

And that’s not all. We’ve also added the ability to add an upcoming meeting to Google Calendar, to help increase the efficiencies for both the chairperson and participants.

Remember to refer to last week’s blog post to learn about some of the user interface changes!

 

Beth is a Product Marketing Manager and works with our customers to understand their needs as they relate to event services and our conference center, which is used to setup the details of our clients' upcoming meetings. Outside of the office, Beth loves to spend time with family and friends, cook, and hit the slopes.


Name: ReadyTalk Blog » Blog Archive » 5 Reas
Time: Monday, October 31, 2011

[...] your pre-event plan includes promotion. ReadyTalk’s integration with marketing automation and new social media tools make it easier to leverage your existing networks and reach new [...]

Comments for Trying to increase your webinar attendance? Check out ReadyTalk's newest Social Media sharing tools on Conference Center!

blog comments powered by Disqus

Recent Posts

Debunking Webinar Myth #2: The price per lead is too high.

Debunking Webinar Myth #2: The price per lead is too high. In our first post of this series, we talked about how you can conduct cost effective webinars for your organization,...

Debunking Webinar Myth #1: Webinars cost an arm and a leg

Debunking Webinar Myth #1: Webinars cost an arm and a leg In our experience, most people think webinars cost an arm and a leg. There can be a variety of expenses associated with...

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...