Sure, many of us have endured a company-wide conference call to discuss the pressing topic of the day. You recall it - your peers gathered in a room somewhere or perhaps several bigger sites were connected together over video conference, while you just listened-in. Since you were at the branch office or maybe you work from home or had to be at a customer’s that day; the phone was your only choice. Across the phone line the host starts making jokes about someone’s crazy outfit or entertains the troops with a mocking look of surprise or joy – but you’re not laughing – not because it’s not funny but because you can’t appreciate the moment. Instead, you start doing e-mail or making breakfast – in a few minutes you lower the volume on the phone and wait for the hour to pass so you can hang-up without being noticed.
It ironic that as a host you set up a meeting to get your message across and you want your audience to listen, you need them to act on your message. In practice many of our communication tools and practices (like the story above) fail to engage our audience so why should we be surprised if the audience doesn’t listen and doesn’t act.
During your webinar you can easily gauge attendance and keep the audience focused on your message. Of course, you can easily integrate typical presentation materials such as Power Point. VBOSS’ interactive webinar tools enable your audience to chat back; they can easily ask questions about the materials and you can take “polls” to keep the audience on their toes.
VBOSS delivers a complete turn-key webinar solution, it provides the hardware, software and support services you need to capture, broadcast, manage, and distribute your webinar. VBOSS works the first time because it is designed for this purpose with pre-configured hardware, simple templates and support staff that work for VBrick – not some no name call center. With VBrick you’re choosing an organization with more than a decade of experience delivery Video across IP networks!
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