Internet Conferencing - Advantages

Written by Diane Parker

Nobody works in complete isolation. In virtually all lines of business, contact with other people will be required in some capacity. Whether it is meeting with clients or colleagues; presenting new ideas or products; or giving or receiving training, good communication isrepparttar key to running a successful business.

However, inrepparttar 143810 modern world of commerce, business takes place twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Large, international organizations have sites acrossrepparttar 143811 globe and thanks torepparttar 143812 Internet, even small and medium sized companies have found themselves trading on an international scale.

International markets and twenty-four hour business undoubtedly provide great opportunities, but they are not without their difficulties. Trying to arrange a seminar for a large number of delegates based in different countries, for example, can be a logistical nightmare. Diaries need to be synchronized, flights booked, accommodation sourced and meeting facilities organized. It is a major undertaking, and one that takes a lot of time, money and effort.

No Need To Travel

In this instance,repparttar 143813 advantages of web conferencing are easy to see - nobody needs to travel anywhere. Fromrepparttar 143814 comfort of their own office delegates can participate in meetings and seminars without having to travel a single extra mile.

For smaller organizations, web conferencing can open up whole new markets. Where before, perhaps there was notrepparttar 143815 man-power to spare for long periods out ofrepparttar 143816 office, web conferencing reducesrepparttar 143817 need for travel to allow face to face meetings. Proposals can be pitched and new business won withoutrepparttar 143818 need for lengthy trips away fromrepparttar 143819 office.

The reduced need for travel that web conferencing brings has other advantages; staff spend less time traveling and more time at home - that should make for a happier and more productive workforce; thousands of dollars spend on air fares, car hire and accommodation are saved and less time is spent sourcing flights and making hotel reservations. All these benefits, simply by reducingrepparttar 143820 need for travel with web conferencing.

How To Use A WYSIWYG HTML Editor To Make Stunning Ebay Auction Listings.

Written by Thomas Haselhorst

What kind of browser are you using for online surfing? Explorer, Netscape, Firefox, Opera?? Sure, all are good programs but I want to talk about an excellent program called Netscape. If you use Netscape, do you know that you also get an amazing WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) web design program called Netscape Composer for free? Basically you donít need expensive HTML editors anymore. The list of commercially available HTML editors software is endless Ė andrepparttar price tags are enormous. Most people donít want to spend a lot of money to get started with their eBay business. Fair enough, sincerepparttar 143768 goal is to make money and not to spend money. So it makes perfect sense to use a program to design auction listings which is available for free. And such a program is Netscape Composer.

It hasrepparttar 143769 same professional features like FrontPage or any other similar program. To design stunning and professional looking eBay auction sites with Netscape Composer you need to download Netscape first. If you start uprepparttar 143770 program, select File->New Composer Page and basically you can start immediately to design your auction listings. You can make you letters in any colour, bold, italics, use background colours (or even images) etc. The options are endless. You can save this file on your local hard drive as html file. I used to have one file for every listing I generate. The best thing is that once you have got a nice and professional looking eBay auction listing, you can use it for ever. Just open your last listing in Netscape Composer and edit according to your new item. Amazingly, this takes only a couple of minutes.

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