The evolution of technology has immensely impacted the way most businesses function today. Greater efficiencies have kicked in with facilities like video conferences and webinars. Not only do these technologies benefit businesses but students and independent professionals are also able to utilize the vast array of available tech resources. Technology simply helps people connect with peers and be a part of seminars and conferences from their own home or office, sharing exactly the same experience of a real, face-to-face interaction. Technology now allows you to share the same screens, white boards and presentations during your video conference or webinar to help participants equally contribute to the discussion. Such technology is not just about comfort but also facilitates auto-record options with which you can record the conference and share it with the participants for future reference or quality audits. The best part about live streaming is that your audience doesn’t have to download an app to attend your webinar. Presenters may have to download Java to share their screens but the process remains highly efficient all the same. Are you ready to host your next conference from the comfort of your own home or office? All you’ve got to do is sign up for an account and follow the below mentioned steps:
- Give your webinar or conference a name that all the participants can use to join the session.
- In the description, mention the purpose of the webinar/conference and the objectives that you aim to achieve. Also mention a brief about the host of the webinar/conference.
- Mention the date and time of the session, allowing the interested participants to book into their schedule.
- Upload all the documents that you’ll need during the webinar/conference.
- Once you’ve submitted all the details, copy the registration link that you receive.
- Share the link with all the participants that you’d like to invite and you’re sorted.
While your webinar/conference is live, be prepared to experience exactly what a real, face to face seminar or conference would be like. You’ll see yourself taking your audiences through those presentations, documents, forms and links, just as if it were the real thing. You’ll also find yourself being taken through a smooth Q&A round, as the participants are able to ask questions via texts or voice so you’ll be able to address each one with ease. Ultimately, technology makes the “real” experience a lot better!Read More