This Thursday I'll be giving a short overview of web conferencing and its benefits for small and medium businesses. It often seems that we in the industry spend all our time talking about big enterprise-level webinars and webcasts, to the point where some smaller companies feel like the technology is too complex or costly for them. The truth is that it's not very difficult to move up from phone conferences to web conferences, and there are many uses that go beyond enterprise lead generation and customer training.
AT Conference (our hosts) asked me to pitch my material at an introductory level, so I'll be covering basic definitions, uses for web meetings and web events, fundamental considerations when starting to use web conferencing, and some of the capabilities that first-time users may not know about. We're keeping the presentation short… just 30 minutes, with another 15 minutes reserved for answering questions "live on the air."
The webinar is scheduled for Thursday the 21st at 11am California time, 2pm New York time. You can register at http://bit.ly/atsmb21
If you are in a smaller-sized company and have wondered about what it takes to put on a webinar, webcast, or web meeting, this is for you!