Numerous moderators and visitors of webinars are having the same question – how to record webinars. Well, no wonder they have these questions, as when they have a webinar recording, it can be easily shared with the colleagues and visitors having had no opportunity to visit the webinar. Other applicable variants of webinar recording utilization are using webinar recording in marketing, convenient watching afterward, or studying.
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The situation with coronavirus is becoming more and more challenging around the world. The number of those infected keeps growing, which makes governments and private companies introducing serious precautions: announce quarantines and transition to remote working. Governments of many countries ask their citizens to stay at home and avoid getting out with no essential need. Yet, this is no reason for watching TV series all day long or taking a vacation. Today, we are going to talk about the ways to transition to remote working and learning by using the webinar and video conferencing platform.
Webinars can be a very successful tool to engage people with your brand. However, this is only the case if the webinar is received in the way you intend it to be and has the desired effect. So, you need to understand if you have been successful in achieving your goal. It’s not possible to know exactly how successful your webinars are if you have no form of measurement in place. For this reason, you need to use a reliable analytics tool.
We’ve had over 80 new blog posts this year, and in those, we covered a lot. Event promotion strategies, webinar tips, industry news updates, services reviews, public speaking tricks — the list could go on and on. Today we’ve rounded up our top 10 posts of this year. Let’s get started.