Types of Training Your Organization Can Use Webcasts For

Posted by Chris Fasano on Feb 16, 2018 9:29:16 AM

According to [current statistics](http://globalworkplaceanalytics.com/telecommuting-statistics) reporting on workplace trends for remote work, millions of employees work from home at least 50 percent of the time. With advances in technology, that number will only increase in coming years. And organizations of all sizes will have to use webcasts for some of their training sessions, as it will become harder and harder to get every employee to meet in one place at the same time.

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Integrations You Need for Your DIY Webcasting

Posted by Chris Fasano on Feb 15, 2018 10:02:35 AM

Utilizing a Do-it-Yourself (DIY) webcasting service has many benefits. It’s easier for everyone to use and access, it’s more cost-effective, and it typically has a lot of features and integration capabilities.

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Video Takes the Sting Out of Mandatory Training

Posted by Chris Fasano on Feb 14, 2018 9:53:55 AM

For lots of employees, mandatory corporate training is nothing but a chore, akin to the drudgery of homework in secondary school. If they could skip the training without repercussions, they’d choose to in a heartbeat.

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Features and Integrations You Need for Your DIY Webcasting

Posted by Chris Fasano on Feb 12, 2018 10:14:38 AM

Utilizing a Do-it-Yourself (DIY) webcasting service has many benefits. It’s easier for everyone to use and access, it’s more cost-effective, and it typically has a lot of features and integration capabilities.

But before exploring additional features and integrations for your DIY webcasting, first make sure it’s entirely accessible in the web browser or is cloud-based, and that it’s optimized for mobile devices. After doing that, here are a few other features and integrations you’ll want to make sure your DIY webcasting provides.

Scheduling Tool

Look for a tool or an integration that makes it easy for registrants to add the details of your webcasts to their personal calendars with one click. And make sure the scheduling tool allows you to send out automated reminders and follow-up messages to registrants regarding your webcasts as well.

Sharing Integrations

Make sure your registrants and attendees can share links to your webcasts with others on social media or through email. This way, more people will become interested in your online event and will want to attend it.

Collaboration Tools

You’ll want a DIY webcasting service that will allow participants to share their screens and send links to one another – especially if they’re in different or remote locations. And you’ll want to have the ability to post polls that audience members can complete in real-time.

Workflow Integrations

Having a DIY webcasting platform that syncs up to your customer relationship management (CRM) systems will help a lot when it comes to sending invites and other communications to your audience members regarding your webcasts. Integrating your webcasting platform with your content management system (CMS) will also help maintain a steady workflow and prevent you from having to manually upload all the content you need for your webcasts.

Automated Publishing and Editing

You’ll need to be able to edit all your webcasts at any time and add additional content to them from outside sources or systems, especially if you decide to share them with a wider audience later. And you’ll want to ensure that your webcasts are automatically saved or published somewhere in the cloud, so you don’t lose valuable content.

Security

Allowing each user to have a single sign-on experience keeps their online activity and your webcasting content safe. This is especially beneficial for those who access your webcasts from different mobile devices.

Analytics and Reporting

If you want to continually improve your webcasts, you’ll want to be sure to have access to analytics and reporting, which will tell you what your audience cares about. You’ll know who stopped viewing your webcasts and when, how many registrants didn’t become live attendees, and other important information to ensure that your webcasts are consistently yielding a high return on investment.  

Payment Integrations

If you plan to charge a small fee for some of your registrants to attend your webcasts, then you’ll want a payment integration that allows you to collect and process online payments.

To get the most you possibly can from your webcasts, make sure your DIY webcasting service has all the features and integrations you need.

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4 Not So Obvious Ways to Use Webcasting to Help Your Business

Posted by Chris Fasano on Feb 8, 2018 10:24:54 AM

The enterprise video market will be worth [$40.84 billion](https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/PressReleases/enterprise-video.asp) by 2020, and a huge chunk of that will be attributed to webcasting. Businesses are starting to realize the power of hosting webcasts on a regular basis; they are adopting Do-it-Yourself platforms and spending a lot of time and money on designing the most creative webcasting strategies possible to outpace their competition. But unfortunately, a lot of their webcasting strategies are starting to look identical to one another.

To stay ahead, you’ll want to consider some of the not-so-obvious ways to use webcasts listed below.

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How to Ensure that Everyone Across Your Enterprise Uses Webcasts

Posted by Chris Fasano on Jan 31, 2018 10:59:18 AM

Webcasts have the potential to enhance your company’s bottom line and increase the overall effectiveness of communications and teamwork across your enterprise. But first, it’s essential to get everyone across your enterprise creating and sharing them.

Here’s how you can ensure everyone that across your enterprise uses webcasts.

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Industries that Can Benefit the Most from Live Webcasts

Posted by Chris Fasano on Jan 30, 2018 11:00:00 AM

According to [Live Stream](https://livestream.com/blog/live-video-statistics-livestream), 81 percent of internet and mobile audiences watched more live video in 2016 than in 2015\. And that number will only increase in coming years as the global marketplace for live video expands. Professionals from the industries listed below should keep these stats and figures in mind, as they’re the most likely to benefit from hosting live webcasts.

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5 Types of Webcasts You Can Use to Outshine Your Competition

Posted by Chris Fasano on Jan 29, 2018 11:00:00 AM

Hosting webcasts regularly is a great way for your organization to stand out from the competition. But sometimes coming up with ideas for what to broadcast can be challenging when you already have a lot on your plate.

Here are five types of webcasts you can use to outshine your competition and keep your audience engaged.

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Best Practices for Effective Enterprise Video Webcasts

Posted by Chris Fasano on Jan 24, 2018 9:20:50 AM


Enterprise video webcasting is quickly becoming one of the most popular and effective ways to engage and inform employees. Successful enterprise webcasts share the same foundational elements as non-corporate webcasts:

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Increase Your Brand Awareness with Webinars

Posted by Chris Fasano on Jan 22, 2018 10:25:43 AM

Educating the marketplace about your product or service is critical. The overwhelming majority of today’s consumers seek a lot of information about new products and services before they buy. They’re online and on social media, asking friends and family and participating in dialogues.

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