Web Conferencing: Finding a Service Provider that Meets Your NeedsWritten by Mike Spencer
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Investigate Features Being Offered – Whether your needs include online presentations that don’t need to be interactive, or interactive online meetings/webinars, right service provider can meet those needs. Check to see what other features are offered, as well, before committing to making a decision.
Many companies, for instance, have need for features such as multiple presenters, polling and surveys, desktop remote control, live video, online chat with questions and answers, documentation presentation, application sharing, record and playback features and browser sharing. Service providers who don’t offer any of these commonly used features should be put aside in favor of those who are less technologically challenged.
The best approach to taken when shopping for a web conferencing service provider is to go armed with a list of relevant questions and a detailed description of which features are pertinent to your business. Keeping in mind that you may have to investigate a number of providers in order to find one that best suits your needs, exercise patience and don’t be too quick to jump on web conferencing bandwagon by choosing one that’s simply popular or has catchiest advertisements. There are plenty of good providers out there – it’s just a matter of finding one that has what you need, for best possible price.
Mike Spencer reviews various business services to help small and home office businesses get the best value for money in communicating with the outside world. Read more about Mikes reviews ay his iste here: http://www.web-conference-reviews.com
Survival On The Road! A Resource For The 'On The Road' Sales ProfessionalWritten by Jimmie Newell
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What if it quite working?
On your return trip, you leave items on plane, or in your hotel room, or in rental car. How would you get them back?
If you had an accident away from home, who would you need to get hold of for an insurance claim? Do you have what you need with you to check into a medical facility, or get emergency care?
Careful planning to cover these and other surprise occurrences will help make your road trip a success. In days gone by…it was easy to make all of your travel arrangements through a travel agent, doing so gave you one number to call, one point of contact if something went wrong. Today we have Internet…you log on to your favorite travel site…bring up a saved itinerary from a previous trip, make any changes, push a few buttons…and you are done! The travel site, if you choose option, will even call your cell phone to let you know status of your flight, while you are on your way to airport.
Jim Newell an on the road sales professional for more than 30 years, publishes a web site at http://www.RoadWarrior101.com with the mission of bringing resources pertaining sales training, sales tips, travel arrangements, a little humor and much more to one easily accessible site.