Video Webcasting

Top Industry Tips for Successful Video Webcasting Presentations – Part Three

In this final installment of Xyvid, Inc.’s three-part blog series on successful webcast presentations, you will find the remaining tips for conducting a successful webcast event. We believe the combination of details offered in this series will assist your team in providing an outstanding event that delivers the desired outcomes. Provide a great user experience: Monitor the user’s experience throughout …

Webcasting-Presentations

Top Industry Tips for Successful Video Webcasting Presentations – Part Two

In part one of Xyvid, Inc.’s three-part blog series on successful webcast presentations, several key tips were offered. Xyvid’s technology experts recognize that there are numerous details involved in delivering a successful webcast event. The additional tips below will continue to build on the important elements necessary to ensure a successful virtual event and ultimately help you achieve the best …

Video Webcasting Presentations

Top Industry Tips for Successful Video Webcasting Presentations – Part One

(Part one of three) After years of producing and hosting live events, Xyvid, Inc.’s experienced technology experts recognize that there are several keys to presenting an effective video webcasting event. The following tips will provide a foundation for your team to ensure a successful virtual experience and ultimately the best results possible. Pre-planning is vital: Preparation is essential to all …

Promoting your next virtual event

Strategic Considerations for Promoting Your Next Virtual Event

With only half of registrants likely making it to a live event, enlist your out-of-the box creative thinkers and consider these strategic tips for promoting your next virtual event. The result will be higher registrants, greater content retention and a highly successful ROI. Well organized pre-event messaging: Pre-planning for the event is key! Advance time (45-60 days out) is necessary …

Making Virtual Meetings Better

Live and Virtual Audiences – Breaking Down Barriers

Live and virtual audiences may be located differently but the fundamental problems of reaching them remain the same – how do you engage with an audience and how do you get them to remember your content? We recently encountered this exact issue with a client who wanted to establish and educate a live audience as to the legitimate need for …

Audience Interaction: The Evolution of Xyvid’s Second Screen Experience

In the corporate world, webcasting has slowly become a commodity. A few years back, Streaming Media Magazine conducted research revealing that 15 to 25 percent of firms looked to cut funding from their event planning departments in order to save money proving that live events are becoming too expensive to sustain1. Today, we’ve seen that number grow to more than …