With today’s technology, businesses have the ability to connect in real-time with their employees or consumers from all over the world. While video chatting platforms are fine for casual discussions, professional events meant to deliver presentations to larger audiences require more sophistication. This is where webinars come in.
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What is a webinar?
Webinars are a web-based video conference that allows hosts to show themselves speaking, switch to their computer screens for slideshows or demonstrations, and even invite guests from other locations to co-host the webinar with them. Webinars can be distributed in the following ways-
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Leveraging Webinars to Accomplish Business Goals
Webinars are a great way to establish yourself as a knowledgeable force in your industry. They also help to connect you with your audience. After all, nothing is more personal than seeing someone live—whether it is in person or online. Webinars are an affordable business tool that helps businesses:
Whether you are hosting a webinar to train employees or generate new business leads, the direct interaction can help you gain important insights about your audience. Savvy businesses will experience more success as they use this information to adapt and grow.
Custom-Branded Webinars for Your Business
Worktank is a Seattle based company that has provided webinar services to companies around the globe for over 15 years. Our experienced webinar hosting team is capable of managing all aspects of your webinar including registration, hosting and transmission, viewer interaction, analytics, and more. The Worktank team prides itself in solving technical problems and creating a unique webinar experience for our clients. Our flexible solutions will save you time and money, make your presenters look great, and deliver high-quality experiences for your online attendees. Our webinar services include:
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