Before using my GVOConference room for making presentations, there is a preliminary step I recommend to make your web conference room more user friendly.
Create an easier to share web address and “redirect page” for my chat room.
The web address assigned for your chat room by GVOConference is rather long and certainly difficult to share with someone when you are talking with them on the telephone. For example, http://www.gvolive.com/conference,42415427. Now, is that a tongue twister or what? I much prefer to have a shorter and easier to remember address to give my prospect. By setting up a redirect page, I can give them something like http://www.vicbilson.com/chat and the prospect is automatically redirected to the longer web address. Much simpler.
The audio web video conferencing industry is continuously evolving and as such, new technology is introduced constantly. So how do you, a newbie in this whole audio web video conferencing business, choose the right type of service from the right type of vendor? The most logical first step to this is to visit vendor websites where you can review their live demos, seek client testimonials, and most important of all, ask questions.
If you have been looking for web conference software for doing a web conference meeting, you’ve probably been mostly appalled by the pricing of the “good ones.” I’m sure their products are top notch, but their high price is beyond the reach of most people.
Tech Trends: Four Technologies for Growing Your Business By Peter Alexander
“Video conferencing provides real-time, face-to-face communications with partners, clients, contractors and employees over a broadband network. With a video camera at either end and a robust network in between, you can see as well as hear others during a conference call.
Video conferencing promotes greater communication–and thus, understanding–in several key ways. For one thing, you can see the nonverbal signals you’d otherwise miss in a traditional phone call. A video conference also allows you to present far more information than during a phone call. For instance, you could demonstrate a new product as you explain its benefits to others on the call–a much better way to convey that information than standard conference calls allow.
Video conferencing can also save you time and money by eliminating or reducing the need for you and your employees to travel. And your employees can take advantage of training courses via video conferencing that they might not otherwise be able to attend.
Until recently, video conferencing was really only available to large businesses, which had the necessary financial resources as well as dedicated video conferencing rooms. But today, video conferencing is financially within reach of smaller businesses.”