The Xyvid Webcasting Engagement Suite

Social Media Feed

Xyvid Webcast Tools - Social Feed

Keep your content alive long after the program is over

Social media has taken interaction to the next level in this day and age. You can use Twitter, Linked-In, Facebook or even your own internal communication system during a program to maximize engagement and allow for audience interactivity.

Again the social medium can be displayed in a series of different locations and opened or closed by the presenter or production support.

Adding audience participation to an already engaging presentation will allow your audience to share their ideas with each other and keep your content alive long after the program is over.


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Xyvid Webcast Tools - Social Feed

Engage Your Webcast Participants

Social media has taken interaction to the next level in this day and age. You can use Twitter, Linked-In, Facebook or even your own internal communication system during a program to maximize engagement and allow for audience interactivity.

Again the social medium can be displayed in a series of different locations and opened or closed by the presenter or production support.

Adding audience participation to an already engaging presentation will allow your audience to share their ideas with each other and keep your content alive long after the program is over.


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A Full Suite of Enterprise Webcasting Tools


The Social Media Feed is just one of Xyvid Pro's enterprise webcasting tools. We created the Xyvid webcast tool suite to include the capabilities required by businesses and exceed the demands to truly keep your webcast participants engaged.

Find out more about the Xyvid Pro webcast engagement suite and how you can define the success of your webcast presentation with quantitative data, creating an engagement score for each participant.


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