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How to do a webinar: Keeping audience attention is like herding cats

February 10, 2011 in Resources

Are you wondering how to do a webinar? If so you have come to the right place. If you would first like a little more information on webinars, you may want to check out this post, Defining Terms: Webinar. Webinar leaders can reach hundreds of thousands of people, but its like herding cats (see video at the end of this post). Each participant comes with a different set of expectations and attention span. Instead of being checked in with you [...]

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Conference Call 800: The toll free conference call

January 25, 2011 in Resources

What is toll free conferencing? With toll free phone conferencing your service provider provides you with an 800 toll free number that your participants can call into at no cost to them.The 800 toll free conference call is a service for hosts who do not want their clients or guests to have to pay long distance charges in order to be on the conference call. If your client is in Los Angeles and you are based out of New York [...]

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Shawn Frey: My first conference call; overcoming extreme nervousness

January 11, 2011 in Resources

In my last post (Shawn Frey Story) I gave you an eagles-eye view of the benefits that I and my employers received by my active facilitation of 80 plus conference calls. Basically, I told you about all the rewards and none of the negatives... which by the way is my personality, over-optimistic and as my wife say's, somewhat gullible. So, in her honor, I wanted to share with you my first conference call and how I avoided a teleconference train [...]

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Too Many Options! What next when you Google “Conference Call”

January 4, 2011 in Resources

While free applications like Skype and Google mail (gmail) offer various voice and video options for multiple user communication, when it comes to conference calling in a business environment, we all know that one can rarely afford errors and bad connections. This finds Frank the Financer, Bill the Broker, and Cal the Car company owner looking for a quick and reliable phone and web conferencing company. When they turn to the obvious trusty search king, Google, they are attacked with [...]

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Conference calling expert Shawn Frey tells his story

December 16, 2010 in Resources

Hello, my name is Shawn Frey, outside sales professional, conference call expert and founder of the No Nonsense Conference. I'd like to share my story with you about how I got started using conference calling as a means to build my career and income. It began in the Fall of 2003. I was having lunch with master sales trainer, * Warren Wechler. {C}We were discussing my sales recruiting and sales training challenges at Harper Brush and that's when he told [...]

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Twitter Rage 101

December 14, 2010 in Resources

A certain micro-blogging website that sets smart limits for appealing usability has taken the social media scene by storm. It’s a world where tweets don’t come from just baby chicks, the one hundred forty character limit isn’t talking about the world’s longest play, and following someone doesn’t imply stalking (at least in the physical sense). Yes, if you haven’t figured it out by now, Twitter.com has risen as the elegant black horse to Facebook. With one hundred and ninety users [...]

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Define terms: Conference call, web-conferencing, webinar, webcast

November 11, 2010 in News, Resources, Services

It is amazing how much we take for granted in the industry of which we work. Do the people (your clients) understand the language you use on a day-to-day basis? We would like to take this opportunity to define these four common terms: conference call, webinar, webcasting and web-conferencing.We are putting this document together as a resource for you to not only understand more thoroughly the technology you may be using, but with the intention to help you use these [...]

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A Short Primer on PC to TV Conversion

March 1, 2010 in Conferencing Tips, Resources

For the past few weeks I have done  experiments with transferring screen and sound from my PC to TV.  Right now most of us get our webcasts and webinars on the PC but with low cost easy to hook up technology we can watch a webcast on our TV whether it’s the news, the state of the union broadcast or an educational/business webcast. This has the advantage of larger screen views and watching in a more comfortable relaxed environment. With [...]

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What Is Good PowerPoint Design?

December 5, 2007 in Resources

PowerPoint presentations are a common use for our web conference services. Our service makes the slides easy to load, simple and fast to navigate and that helps you captivate your audience...if the PowerPoint presentation is good. What IS Good PowerPoint Design? Good question. We've found a resource that might help answer that question. Presentation Zen is Garr Reynolds blog on issues related to professional presentation design. After perusing his blog, I'm not sure there are any remaining issues. He defines, [...]

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