Being able to work remotely is one of the joys of modern life. There is plenty of research that shows that working from home can increase employee productivity and keep a better work-life balance.
The holidays are a stressful time filled with an abnormally busy list of things to do. There are gifts to shop for, relatives to visit, cards to sign and stamp, and crowds to conquer (or avoid). It quickly adds up, and suddenly a feeling of “I can’t do it all” takes over.
As a blogger, you know how essential it is to engage with your audience. Blogging is a great way to get your point across and to elicit feedback and comments for others and, in the end, market your product or simply connect with your target audience.
The ability to record content is one of the greatest gifts of videoconferencing software. Recording and sharing meetings changes the way that people do their work. No longer do people have to schedule their days around meetings and presentations, potentially sacrificing other responsibilities that are more urgent. Nor do they have to lose valuable information exchange during those events. With the recording function available on videoconferencing platforms like ClickMeeting, the discussions, interactions, and decisions of any meeting or presentation can be preserved for later viewing – whether it’s days or months after the event.
With more teams working partially or completely on a remote basis, having the right skills for collaboration is essential to accomplishing goals. All of us have had to collaborate in some form or fashion because working together is part of nearly every job. However, it’s a common problem that employees and managers alike don’t have the proper training in how to collaborate effectively.
There are so many ways that you can reach out to your target audience, it can be difficult to decide where to focus your efforts. Should you emphasize keeping your blog updated with regular content, or get your e-mail marketing campaign off the ground and running? You can’t do it all, at least not all the time, so you have to set priorities when it comes to reaching out to potential customers.
Affiliate marketers need to find a diverse range of ways to market their products. Over the past few years, it has become increasingly difficult to market products using ‘old hat’ SEO methods, as Google’s constant updates seem to aim for affiliate sites more than any other type of websites.
Webinars are a very important aspect of any content marketing strategy. They provide an important platform for small businesses and internet marketers to connect with clients and build trust. They can be used for a wide range of uses and nearly every small businesses can harness the power of webinars.
Boring presentations are enough to make you regret getting up in the morning. It would be impolite to just up and leave in the middle of a talk, but there are 100 other places you’d rather be and things you’d rather get done that day. Most people can catch on quickly to when a presentation is going to be dull.
What is a Webinar?
A webinar is a seminar which is presented over the internet. The word was coined by joining seminar together with web. It can include any type of internet based meeting, from conferences with thousands of attendees to a small workshop where a few people can receive individual instruction. Webinars differ from webcasts in that they allow for interaction with those attending and are usually in a ‘live’ setting.