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Top Five Reasons Why You Should Webcast Your Next Event

By John Smith Subscribe to RSS | February 15th 2012 | Views:
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If you want your next event to reach well beyond those who are present, then Webcasting can help you reach the masses. However, there are some other great reasons why you should Webcast your next event. Much of this depends on the type of event you would like to webcast and your reasons for doing so. Whatever your intentions may be, you can find great benefits from webcasting.

# 1 -- Raising Brand or Product Awareness

Using webcasting can help others better understand what your brand is about. Of course, the same can be said for your products, especially if you have a new product you are launching and would like to promote it. Using this method of presenting material also gives you a better way to explain features, demonstrate functions and show how something works. This also helps establish brand identity and loyalty even with B2B (business-to-business) customers.

# 2 -- Generating Inbound Leads

Inbound marketing is on the rise and the only way to draw in interested leads is to pique their interest. Outbound marketing is losing its effectiveness as potential customers want to feel they initiate the sales. You can draw these sales leads in by reaching more potential customers with webcasting.

# 3 -- Host Seminars

This is extremely useful for B2B connections. While it was once impossible to reach all of the potential businesses you wanted to because not every business could come to a seminar, webcasting changes all of that. Connect with those who you want to reach when you host webcast seminars.

# 4 -- Fits Your Budget

Not only does a webcast have the potential to reach a much larger audience, it costs less money to do so. The effort your company would put into a traditional marketing campaign or seminar would go well over the amount you can budget for using webcasting to get your message out there. Change the way you reach people and increase the number of people you manage to reach while spending much less than your budget normally allows.

# 5 -- Tracking

One of the great benefits about using a Webcast to show or promote your event, product or brand is tracking. You can track the number of attendees, as well as the number of attendees versus the number of registrants, easily and instantly. You can also find out how many people opted out or dropped out during the event, and much more about your audience.

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If you want all of these benefits and more from your next event, then let Webcasting work for you.

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