Share your Recorded Webinars and Meetings

ReadyTalk’s suite of powerful promotional tools lets your recorded content reach your audience and generate leads long after your meeting or event has ended.

Embed recorded events on your corporate website and ensure the playback is perfect.

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ReadyTalk Media Player for Polished Playback

Embed recorded events on your corporate website and ensure the playback is perfect.

Embed Webinar Recordings in Blogs

Share Recorded Webinars on Blogs and More

ReadyTalk’s embeddable tools make it easy to share recordings on your blog.


Integrate into Social Media Channels

Social media offers an entirely new opportunity for webinar promotion. Sites like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn provide an easy and budget-friendly way to get the word out about your upcoming live event or your on-demand recording. ReadyTalk’s social media tools make it easy for you and your audience to share information about your upcoming webinar on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Publish Recordings on Facebook

Post recordings on Facebook and let fans watch directly from your page.

Share recorded content on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn

Get the Word Out

Integrated tools make it easy for you and your participants to promote and share on social sites.


Podcasting and RSS Feeds

ReadyTalk's podcasting tools help preserve valuable content, expand your online presence and communicate with your webinar audience in new ways. Podcasting allows you to publish recordings for playback on any computer or portable device, including iPhones, iPods or other MP3 players. Automatically create an iTunes-compatible podcast of any recording and share it with your audience to view when they want and from where they want.

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Syndicate Content for Audience Convenience

RSS feeds are a great way to distribute recorded content to fans and followers.

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Podcasting for Portability

iTunes-compatible podcasts mean your audience can listen to your recorded content when and where they want.