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Smarter Marketing Webinars

Simulated live webinars have been around for years, but the do-it-yourself demands of marketers have made it easier than ever to set up and host events. In the past, hiring an event management team was the only way to replay a webinar recording. Traditional simulive and event management is still used by many of our customers during highly attended events, but ReadyTalk Illuminate Replay has made lead generation simpler for marketing professionals. Take a look at this video that explains the difference between Illuminate Replay and traditional simulive.

One-Minute Set Up

Given the short, easy-to-navigate scheduling page and upload process, the shareable webinar link is ready in a minute or less. We designed this experience with the deadline-driven user in mind — never waste time getting your webinar on the calendar. Without compromising the sophistication of attendance data and reporting, the streamlined setup allows marketing webinars to be promoted immediately to any timezone in the world. If you’re currently using a webinar vendor other than ReadyTalk we won’t hold that against you. Drop your MP4 into Illuminate Replay and host as many events as you want!

Integrated with Marketo

Let your marketing automation do the dirty work — sit back and watch the leads roll in. ReadyTalk Illuminate Replay is integrated with Marketo and sends your webinar attendance data into one easily accessed database. Aside from the follow-up benefits of Marketo, you can also review the activity timeline and chat log for a moment-to-moment look at changes in audience engagement.

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Justin McHeffey

Justin McHeffey

Justin is responsible for creating content and generating leads for ReadyTalk’s Webcast and Webinar solutions. Focusing specifically on the marketing buyer, his work includes email nurture and cross-sell programs, sales enablement, collateral development, and hosting webinars for customers and prospects. He has held a wide range of marketing and communications roles in retail, event promotion, and the news media. Justin began his career as a TV meteorologist where he grew a storm chasing fan base and improved market position for the CBS affiliate in Denver.

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