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How Businesses Really Used Video in 2017

Last month, we ran a webinar sharing the results of our State of Video in the Enterprise survey from 2017. During the webinar, though, we also asked our participants some questions about how their businesses really used video last year. Watching Video for Business How much video are people actually watching as part of their

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Who Does What? Setting Up Your Webcasting Team

I was recently talking to a new webcasting client, and they wanted to know more about how to set up their webcasting team. Which department did the team sit with? How many people would need to be involved? How had other customers formed their teams around webcasting? It wasn’t the kind of question that has

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Getting the Most (Engagement) from Your Webcast

While the benefits of webcasting (especially for the audience) are clear, sometimes it takes a little attention to detail to get the full effect. Webcasting is an amazing tool for getting viewers more engaged than some of the more traditional outreach efforts. But how do you make sure your audience is really paying attention? Here’s a

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The 6 Types of Webcasting Attendees

We all know webcasts are one of the fastest growing ways for companies to get out a specific message. But not all webcast viewers are alike. Who’s in your webcasting audience? And what can you do to make sure your webcast appeals to each of them? We’ve put together a quick infographic for you. Think

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Connecting with Employees: Video for Executives

Whether you’re an executive or part of the corporate communications team, you know how important it is for company leaders to make a connection with their employees. Personal connections can build employees’ trust, but executives will never have as much time for one-on-one face time as you’d like. The secret of today’s successful executives is

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How Are Businesses Really Using Webcasting?

Webcasting has become a major trend in corporate communications, both internal and external. As video assumes a leading role in our everyday communication, using live video to get a message out has become less of a gimmick and more of a routine. But how are companies actually using webcasting in their day-to-day business? we.CONECT took

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5 Ways to Use Webcasting for Alumni Relations

“Alumni relations.” For many alumni, their first thought when hearing the department name is that they’re about to get hit up for donations. But many alumni relations departments want to go well beyond the annual giving campaign and build real relationships with their alumni. Keeping ties to the alma mater strong pays off in more opportunities

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The State of the Art of Video for HR

Video has become one of the most powerful tools in an HR department’s toolkit. When I asked delegates at this year’s HR Strategy Forum—which brought together HR Directors, Heads of HR and other senior HR executives—over 90% indicated they were already using video in some capacity within their organisations.  I was at the HR Strategy Forum

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The Great Video Convergence

One of the biggest stories in technology today is convergence. The number of technology stacks used by the average business has increased to the point of becoming unsustainable. Now, these stacks are starting to blend together, as vendors offer products with increasingly wide ranges of applications. It’s clear that in the future, companies will be

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5 Steps to Move Your Enterprise Communications to Live Video

Introduction to Live Video for Enterprise Communications Most businesses that reach a certain headcount start to think about effective internal communications strategies. What mediums are best to use? What types of content get the most attention, and what’s the best method of delivery? Among the leading organizations who have the most effective internal communications, there