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Why You Should Conduct a Video Content Audit Right Now

Businesses that publish videos to attract customers and grow their brand can aggregate a robust marketing video library. When businesses rapidly publish video content, the library can grow to be [...]

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5 Reasons to Integrate Your Webcasts with Marketing Automation Systems

Marketing automation systems give you the power to generate more leads by optimizing the customer experience. How can you further your innovative marketing techniques? Take your marketing [...]

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The Basics for Marketing Your Recorded Webcasts

Once you’ve planned and captured your webcasts, it’s time to promote them and share them with others. Here are some of the basics for how you can share and promote your recorded webcasts. Rely on [...]

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Dos and Don’ts for Viewing Parties for Your Live Webcasting Event

Viewing parties offer a great way to get registrants and attendees excited for and engaged during your next live webcasting event. However, there are a few things you’ll want to do and a few [...]

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Do Live or Recorded Webcasts Yield a Higher ROI?

When it comes to developing, creating, and promoting webcasts inside and outside your organization, do you think live webcasts or recorded webcasts yield a higher return on investment (ROI)? [...]

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Video is a Powerful Recruitment and Branding Tool

In today’s fiercely competitive hiring climate, millennials and other tech-savvy job seekers research employer websites like they research consumer brands before making a purchase. They’re [...]

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Google Debuts Chrome Version 55

Google’s latest version of Chrome is beginning to roll out to Chromebooks and Chrome OS devices. As we mentioned in an earlier post this year, Chrome version 55 will automatically default [...]

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The W3C Updates HTML5 to HTML 5.1

The W3C or World Wide Web consortium has released the official HTML 5.1 specification. This is the fifth major revision, and first minor revision to the core language of HTML, and will replace [...]

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Google Launches Chrome 54 for Windows, Mac and Linux

Last week Google launched Chrome 54 for operation systems, Windows, Mac and Linux. The release focuses on developers, however it includes improvements to how the browser handles YouTube embeds. [...]

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The Difference Between Flash and HTML5

Since we introduced our latest All-HTML5 webcasting player, we’ve been inundated about questions concerning the difference between Flash and HTML5 from our clients and partners. [...]

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