All posts by Agnes Jozwiak

Agnes is the Marketing Director at ClickMeeting.


Is Telecommuting for Your Business?

Working from home has so much potential for combining domestic pleasures with productivity – lounging in pajamas, sitting all day with cat in lap, and taking long lunches while blasting music that would normally be silenced by the presence of...

/ June 20, 2014

Marketing and IT: a Natural Fit?

Marketing professionals are becoming leaders in the IT world, largely due to necessity.  With new technologies coming out every day to make brands more engaged with their customers, marketing departments are increasingly involved in making decisions about technology purchases.  The...

/ June 18, 2014

Eat that Frog! 21 Great Ways to Get More Done by Brian Tracy

Generally, you consider yourself to be a productive person. Each morning you have an agenda and you try to follow it throughout the day, checking items off from your to-do list.  The day begins successfully and you’re off to a...

/ June 16, 2014

Beyond the Packaging, Boost Your Presentation

As you begin to put together your own webinar there are some simple way s that you can boost your level of professionalism without having to necessarily shell out all the dough just to look good. After all, many of...

/ June 11, 2014

Be Your Own Editor

Before you make the step into producing your own series of webinars the process requires that you examine yourself from the inside out. Taking that objective, critical approach to our self is not something that most of find enjoyable, and...

/ June 11, 2014

[Infographic] The Power of Video in Your Webinar Presentation

Still undecided about video? You won’t be after reviewing our latest infographic. In fact, if you’re a webinar producer who’s not yet using video — you’re a member of a shrinking minority. So get the facts, then ask yourself this...

/ June 6, 2014

Presentations: How to Handle the “Stone Wall of Silence”

We’ve all been there. Your meeting seems to be humming along smoothly. Then you notice. No questions. No chat. No interesting responses to survey questions. Even online, you can sense the uncomfortable silence. What went wrong? Well, you probably skipped...

/ June 4, 2014

A Place for Everyone at the Table

When we are videoconferencing one of the most regular things that can inevitably happen is the horrifying moment when you’ve been stuck hanging in freeze frame and not because of a bad internet connection. Sure those moments definitely can happen...

/ June 2, 2014

DIY? No, Thank You.

Building Your Own Webinar sounds like a great adventure. You get to construct everything yourself from the floor up. What better way to develop your brand than to have total control over it? For some people, and depending on the...

/ May 30, 2014

When Good Ideas Die

We’ve all had those moments where you develop and storyboard an idea only to get to the end of your outline and realize that everything falls flat to the floor. And when it does, it usually lands with such a...

/ May 29, 2014